How to Improve at Golf

Five Fields for Guaranteed Golf Improvement

One of the most common complaints among golfers is an unchanging handicap in spite of technological advances in equipment. Equipment plays a factor in recording lower scores; however, a close examination of one’s strengths and weaknesses can more effectively lead to a better golf game. Ted Frick has been a full time teacher in Myrtle Beach for the past sixteen years and he has been fortunate to work with players of every level. For the students that he works with on a regular basis, he asks that they maintain a spread sheet to track five statistical categories of their rounds which enables us to focus our lessons on the aspects of the game they need most. The fields we use include:

1) PUTTS
2) UP AND DOWNS
3) GREENS IN REGULATION
4) FAIRWAYS HIT
5) SCORE

By keeping track of this data, the teacher and the student can truly begin working on the correct skills for lowering scores. From the junior golfer to the tour player and from the thirty handicapper to the three handicapper, there is a direct correlation to score and what the numbers look like in these five statistical fields. This is the best golf instruction you can follow.  Concentrating on three major goals will help to improve your statistics in all five fields.

Follow the 3 major goals

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