Golf is a laidback game that many people like to play for fun and relaxation. But, it is also used as a way for businessmen to build relationships and conduct business. Just ask the average business executive and he will tell you that many high profile business deals are closed during friendly golf games.
All of us have our own preferred ways of communicating. Some people like to use pictures for example – we create pictures with words and with our hands and bodies. Others prefer something more concrete – we need to walk through the swing – feel it in our muscles. Others prefer sound, and are quite happy for you to speak to them only. Others like music in the background, or a beat to swing to. Some people like to know what is possible, others prefer to know what is necessary. Some people like to improve whilst others prefer to not be a bad player.
For a poll to rank a team No.24, a team that got their butts handed to them twice in embarrassing fashion is absolutely ludicrous, considering that the season hasn’t even started.
I would focus on combined Golfing s of cardio and strength training. You need to make these workouts intensive and challenging. If you’re not sweating profusely during these workouts then you’re not working hard enough. I recommend starting out with a warm up, moving onto strength training (workout your entire body), and finishing off with some intensive and fast paced cardio.
Take a look around the PGA tour these days and you’ll see more and more of the pros working out including using weights to get in shape and stay in shape.
The way to improve your golf game in these situations that we all face with every round of golf we play is to practice. I can’t stress that enough. In order to do well at anything in life it requires practice and repetition. Golf is really no different. But, once you get a handle on how to play these different golf shots, you’ll begin to notice a dramatic reduction in your handicap!