Is golf your all-time favorite game, too?
1. The Setting
Long green fairways, gorgeous spring flowers and wide-open skies are just the backdrop for the game of golf. Whether you’re an expert or a beginner, you can feel the healing power of nature while you engage in this
Golf can be practiced in all sorts of increments, from 20 minutes working on putting to entire days out on the green. When it’s rainy, or you just need a day to focus on one particular aspect of your game, you can head to the Robert Trent Jones Golf Course driving range — it’s sheltered from both sun and rain and has Toptracer/Topgolf!
3. A Game of Opposites
Swing slow and the ball goes fast; look down and the ball goes up. Relax your grip for the most powerful swing. The harder you try, the worse you do. Part of getting a firm handle on your golf game is learning to let go of fear and anxiety. We can all use more of that in our lives!
4. Golf for Everyone
Golf is a game that can be played by multiple generations within the same family. Three-year-olds and eighty-year-olds can benefit from the same tips or simple songs that help to teach the fundamentals of the game. As a grandparent myself, I love watching families come together on the golf course to play, spend quality time and relax outdoors.
5. The Zone
There’s nothing quite like that feeling when you get into the zone and you’re experiencing the effortless, fluid power that sends the ball rocketing into the sky. Need to work on your form? Get a refresher on those all-important fundamentals when you play with a pro and learn as you go. Call Palmetto Dunes Golf Academy today!
By Doug Weaver, Director of Instruction, Palmetto Dunes Golf Academy
North Carolina and South Carolina PGA Teacher of the Year, Doug Weaver is the Director of Instruction at the Palmetto Dunes Golf Academy. He conducts “Where Does the Power Come From?”, a free interactive clinic and demonstration every Monday from 4-5 p.m. at the Robert Trent Jones Golf Course. Volunteer for a free lesson and some will win prizes! Call (843) 338-9598 or (800) 827-3006 or go to www.palmettodunes.com for more information.