Before Purchasing A Gift For A Golfer...Ask Yourself These 3 QuestionsWritten by Mike Pedersen
It should be rather clear to everybody that gift a golfer will ordinarily appreciate most, is one that improves their game. Most golfers are constantly looking for ways to improve on their game. It usually dominates their every thought when they are on course and many times when they are off it.
Before selecting a gift for a golfer, it is useful to ask yourself following 3 questions and to get adequate answers for them. Remember that this is a task that is much more complicated than it may seem at first sight.
A) What is their particular golf weakness? What is particular weakness of golfer who you are seeking a gift for? The fact that they have a problem with their golf swing is not goof enough. What particular aspect of swing? Do they tend to slice ball or does their swing weakness have to do with a nagging back problem that doctors do not seem able to deal with? This is very important information that you should have long before you even start considering gift options for a golfer.
Golf Fitness Evaluation Is The First Step Towards Improving Your Game Written by Mike Pedersen
Golf fitness evaluation can be an invaluable tool in helping any golfer to assess where they currently stand and thus help them reach a decision of what they can do to improve. It is now an accepted fact amongst golf experts that an improvement in golf fitness almost always means an amazing improvement in quality and standard of play by any golfer, whether in junior level or a senior citizen, and irrespective of whether they are male or female.
In old days it was rare for golfers to think of anything like golf fitness evaluation. In fact word “exercise” could have been classified as a dirty word in golf. In those days golf was considered a gentleman’s game where most played an almost entire game while hardly breaking into a sweat. Therefore exercises and golf fitness evaluation programs were virtually unheard of. But times have changed. The modern game has changed and golf-specific exercises are rule rather than exception amongst professionals and so are golf fitness evaluations.