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Senior Golf - Starting Young to Become A Senior Golf Pro



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By : Patrick Jones    99 or more times read
Submitted 2012-03-24 16:17:38
To become a senior golf pro, you need to start early. If you have a good start when you are younger, you have a better chance of making it to the pros. You need dedication, focus, concentration and physical ability to become a senior golf pro. You can practice on the driving range and take a lesson to better your game. As you grow and continue playing, you learn more about your own abilities. As you gain more experience you can adjust your swing and equipment to give you more distance.

Senior golf is just as relaxing if you play the game right. As you learn over the years what your game is like, you can shift your concentration to the fairway and the greens. You can work your way into some mini tours that will give you even more experience before you make your way to the PGA. If this is your goal, you want to be your best and shoot the game like a pro. Keep up with your game and you can play with the pros someday. The best way to keep your game going forward is to practice weekly.

Once you know that golf is for you, before reaching your senior golf years, you want to maintain a healthy and fit you. Stretching and some type of physical fitness is necessary to stay fit and keep the body limber and flexible to play the game. If you start noticing you are feeling aches and pains, you might need to adjust your physical routine a little. As men and women reach their senior years, the body does experience changes. If these changes affect your game, you can adjust the way you golf or change your equipment to better the game. By changing equipment, you will give yourself more of an advantage with your swing.

The senior golf pro does from time to time have to adjust their swing and by doing this, you might need to invest in a new set of clubs that have more flex in the shaft. This will help you get more distance and cause you less stress on the body. The seniors that golf are always changing their clubs to keep with their changing bodies. You can take the time to try new golf clubs and if you use a range finder, you can actually judge which club gives you the greater distance.

When playing senior golf keep in mind some important tips from the pros. Relax, concentrate, and always focus on your game. Use the right equipment that will give you the edge on your opponent and stay on par or under. If you go over par on one hole, make it up with the next hole. If you keep these simple tips in mind, you can succeed in having a great game of senior golf. After all, this is what you need and want from a good game of golf, something to talk about with your golfing friends and family.
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