Hobby or Hinderance?Written by Will T
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Likewise, hobbies can get very expensive. Sure snow mobiles, motorcycles and ski equipment are obviously expensive. But sometimes those seemingly low cost activities can add up. You start out with trying to budget for monthly karate lessons. Then you need (or want) gi, uniform. Donít forget about protective sparring equipment. Perhaps you think you need to have a heavy bag or some shields to help you practice. Figure on $30-$50 per tournament that you enter. Of course thereís uninsured medical and orthodontia costs to be calculated in as well. ďLetís see, do we pay mortgage this month, so get that new helmet that you just have to have?Ē
If your hobby is doing more harm than good, if itís dipping into family budget and time allocation, more than you can or should be spending, itís time to reevaluate. If youíre not doing something outside your standard occupation that you enjoy, itís time to find something, for your and your familyís sake!
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Putting, what do I do now?Written by Will T
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The best lesson to take from above is that you really never are going to achieve putting perfection. If a machine in perfect working under operating under perfect putting conditions fails to hole every golf putt, then a human being with all his or her imperfections never is.
So, first rule is, stop giving yourself such a hard time whenever you miss a few putts. It happens to even top professional golfers. In fact, any problem you have with putting is much more likely to be psychological than physical, so very last thing you should be doing is getting down on yourself mentally; this can only make matters worse.
Is there anything you can do if you really do have severe, regular putting problems? Well, apart from working on mental Take your lead from professionals. So many professional golfers who've suffered terribly from 'yips' on putting green, such as Bernhard Langer, found their salvation in broomhandle putter - maybe you should give one a try.
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