Golf tactics or How to be a better player.
Choose The Right Club
On shorter holes, most of amateurs use shorter clubs. Longer holes, longer clubs. But better players know how to select the right club. Most of all, a better player looks at what type of approach shot is to follow. The hole may be only 365 yards (333 meters) long. The right play would be to avoid awkward distances and hit a 3-wood, leaving a full wedge approach. A shot with a 3-wood is a greater likelihood of hitting the fairway.
Cobra is a leader in the past few years. Cobra golf clubs are available in a wide variety of colors. Young golfers like to pick up the colors of their own choice, that’s why this brand so popular.
Adams is loved by golfers around the world because of the amazing speed.
Titleist is one of the largest manufacturers of golf clubs in the world. They have clubs for beginners as well as professionals.
One of the most reputed golf club brands is Taylor Made. It showcases the innovative woods with the latest Flight Control Technology.
Callaway become one of the leading golf brands today, which produces golf clubs and apparel too.
Don’t Change Your Stance
When it comes to full shots, maintaining a consistent stance is critical to becoming a better ball striker.
How you stand over an iron should not be far off from how you situate yourself with a driver. Position your weight just slightly more on your back foot, but again in moderation. Many players hit behind or top shots simply because they started with too much lean on their back foot. Notice the similarities in the photos above.
Play With the Wind, Not Against It
Many amateurs fret about playing in the wind, but better players know how to use wind to their advantage. You have to make adjustments to make the wind work for you, instead of trying to hit a shot to fight against it.
An effective setup is also about ball position.
Amateurs are usually not consistent with their ball position, and it varies from too far forward to too far back. Play with don’t think about. You have to pick the right club, visualize the shot you want to hit, and then focus on that shot until the ball is gone.