Golf Dos and Don’ts for beginners (part 1)

Golf is the greatest game in the world and not just for any single player but also for couple. Despite some daunting and intimidating moments that couples might face when getting started, couples will get a lot out of it. And, to help you and your partner take the plunge, here’s a definitive list of dos and don’ts.
First off:
DO: Start on a practice range instead of the golf course as the range is low-pressure for beginners to get acclimated to the game which also allow to stay as long as you wish.

DON’T: Be ashamed if you miss a shot or worry about anyone else at the range. as they were once a beginner, and they all know how hard it is for a beginner. They are judging you!

If you like golf and decide to pursue it seriously, then:
DON’T: Stress out over getting it right or achieve good results as the pressure is a disaster that could drive you away from the game.

DO: Book a professional coach to get a proper swing foundation as well as all the fundamental and rules. You can also practice with your partner in extra session as a recreational activity.

In case you are decided to craft your own swing, here are a few helpful tips.
DO: Try to incorporate a couple of poses at a time until you can do all of them seamlessly. First, learn the clubs and how to grip the club properly bending from your hips, getting your lead shoulder under your chin on the backswing then concentrating on the short game by chipping and putting before focusing on other clubs.
DON’T: Try to keep your head “down and still”, bend from your knees or stay flat-footed through impact.

Practice with your partner
DO: Learn with your partner would help both of you getting better and quicker at the same time ignite the heat and share some memorable time together.

Golf is one of the most expensive sports, so you don’t have to spend a fortune right away on purchasing equipment. Just Start slowly:
DO: Invest in some proper golf attire and a set of good glove to protect your palm. The vast majority of golfers use them.
DON’T: Worry about buying your own equipment until you can master the swing and don’t waste money buying head-covers for your irons.