Properly holding clubs is one of the very important factors that can help new golfers play golf effectively. Your hand must hold around the handle naturally, the thumb and forefinger form a V shape. The letter V is aligned with the left shoulder.
This is the right way to hold sticks to help the blows to maximize the power of the body. If you hold the club in the usual way, it will cause the force from the arm to disperse according to the movement of the body and not to focus on the center of the stick.
When you hit, you should also look at the ball, not the outside. If the golfers are professional, they will do the opposite because they estimate the path of the club and the touch point, but with new golfers, you should pay attention to this.
Some golfers at first play often do not use a tee to hit but hit the grass directly. This is not good because it is easy to do so, which is difficult to beat. Because such golfers often do not have good personal techniques, it is easy to hit hard on obstacles such as rocks or grass tissue.
Therefore, the new golfers should practice golf on the tee. This is a normal way to fight but very much a golfer. You place the tee ball between your legs and insert the tee into the ground with a length of 1 inch. The lower the tee, the higher the angle of attack and vice versa.
This is the perfect distance between the stick and the ball. You should not stand too close to the tee like that, which will make the distance between the stick and the contact ball too close, leading to the power of the body not being able to fully promote.
Participating in basic golf sessions is one of the most effective methods for new golfers to play. Usually the new golfers play they are not familiar with the rules and the best way to fight. Therefore, participating in golf sessions will help them exchange the difficulties they have when playing golf and complement each other with the necessary skills.