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PGA FIRST SWING GOLFER'S GUIDE
The First Swing Golfer's guide authored by the Professional Golf Association (PGA) provides an in-depth introduction of the history and rules of the game to help you get started on your golf journey! So whether you're interested in playing for sport or leisure peruse this guide and take a few lessons with a LPGA or PGA Pro before playing your first round.
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R&A USGA RULES OF AMATEUR STATUS
Together, The R&A, based in St Andrews, Scotland and the USGA, based in Liberty Corner, New Jersey govern the game worldwide, including writing and interpreting the Rules of Amateur Status. While collaborating to issue a single set of Rules, The R&A and the USGA operate in separate working jurisdictions. The USGA is responsible for administering the Rules in the United States, its territories and Mexico, and The R&A, operating with the consent of its affiliated golfing bodies, has the same responsibilities for all other parts of the world. The R&A and the USGA reserve the right to amend both the Rules and their interpretations at any time.
FASHION ON THE FAIRWAY
This month TFG highlights Swing Dish as its Fashion on the Fairway golf apparel manufacturer to get you looking good on the golf course! Swing Dish offers unique and feminine golf apparel that is sure to garner many compliments on course or at the 19th hole!
"The beginning is the most important part of the work"
Full Swing Simulators at Five Iron Golf
As a beginner, golf can be a very intimidating sport, but practice makes perfect! Check out this footage from our Five Iron Golf Social where we were able to play some of the world's most renowned courses through their golf simulators. Watching yourself on video can help you see what you're doing well and where you need to improve.
Replay, Relax, Ready, Redo
Check out this footage from my on course practice Sunday, September, 20th at Walnut Lane Golf Club in Philadelphia, PA, videographer credit to the ever-talented Chad Eric Smith of Mister Duke Productions. Instead of being preoccupied with the outcome of shots, I make and effort to prioritize the PROCESS of shots over OUTCOME. Focusing on what went well helps maintain a positive mindset! Remember the 4 R's.
Practice Makes Perfect
As a beginner, golf can be a very intimidating sport, but practice makes perfect! Check out this footage from my lesson on Thursday, July 30th with my golf instructor and PGA professional, Mike Mitchell from the ACE Club in Lafayette Hill, PA. Watching yourself on video can help you see what you're doing well and where you need to improve.
HOW'S THE WEATHER?
Know Before You Go
Golf is just as much of a mental game as it is a physical game. Weather can also play a large role when you're on the golf course as well, so it's best to know before you go!