Greg Baresel is recognized as one of the top up and coming teachers in the golf industry. Golf Digest has named him as a top teacher under 40 and one of the best teachers in Illinois. Greg presents world-class golf instruction and coaching videos that are designed to improve your game.
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Your swing will change, your accuracy and distance will improve with practice, and you'll become deadly with a putter, but you will always do these things while standing on your feet. Your feet need to be comfortable! Have you ever developed a blister while walking or running? It's all you can think about and it ruins the experience. Don't let uncomfortable shoes ruin your golf game. This is one area where you shouldn't let your frugality make the decision for you. You will be wearing these shoes many times and they should be considered an investment. Comfort should be your biggest concern when buying shoes. Your foot should not move at all on your heel when you walk, yet your toes shouldn't feel cramped. Have your shoes professionally fit to your feet and walk around in them before you buy them. Proper golf shoes should be waterproof so that your feet remain dry in damp conditions. Good socks are important too; they will wick perspiration away from y
What would you say is the most important aspect in becoming a better player? How can you get complete fulfillment from the game? What aspect of this sport is the key ingredient to having the most fun? Some people say that patience is the answer. Others point out that practice & repetition is the key to success in golf. And it is. Some players even think that having the right golf clubs is the "magic potion." A. Great Answers... Confidence. A generally good feeling about the strength of your abilities can be a priceless asset. Having confidence in yourself is important in golf & practically everything else too. How you feel about yourself will carry over into the quality of your game & elsewhere. Thousands of golfers have lowered their scores & increased their relative happiness by just reassessing how they view themselves. B. Performance Similarly, there is also "performance-oriented" confidence which is based more upon the
1. Start the day with cheers and smiles. Your whole day depends on how you greet the morning. Therefore, as long as you welcome it with energy and high spirits, everything will go okay. You don’t want the rest of the day to get ruined, do you? Come on, smile! It doesn’t cost anything but is worth everything. 2. Ask for guidance. Only the Universe knows what we will be having on the day ahead of us. It will surely appreciate a few minutes of meditating and asking for guidance. Also, have faith that our requests will be granted as long as it is for our own good. With the Universe as our guide, we don’t have any reason not to say and believe in the thought that I can do this. I can make it through this day. Nothing is impossible. 3. Plan the day ahead. To avoid mistakes that will cause negative output on your daily activities that will later on become negative thoughts, it is better to plan your work first; after which, work your plan. Make sure today’s goals are clearly de