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What Advice Would You Give A Beginner?

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#31 Fill the Dill

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Posted 31 December 2018 - 09:11 PM

Wandered around with him at Keperra during the PGA charity fund raiser the week after the PGA Champs. The course was set up so hard I felt sorry for the amateurs that forked out heaps to play. Cam had an easy 8-under - he really is a world class talent. The fame hasn't changed him one bit. He is also blessed without having an ego, which is very rare with talented people. Cheers Maxxie.

I’d be very surprised if he doesn’t win on the US Tour next year.

Good to hear from you, Raymondo.

Edited by Hokey Pokey, 31 December 2018 - 09:11 PM.

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#32 xrman1954


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Posted 04 January 2019 - 03:21 PM

I have just played 9 holes with a mate who is a beginner. After watching  him try very hard to work out what was going wrong with his bad shots, I think paying for lessons is a sound idea. When you pay for advice , one usually listens more intently. 


Second thing is different learning styles come into play. I am a visual learner; show me and if I understand the theory of "why", I have got it. He is a kinesmatic? guy, got to touch ,feel how to do it. 

Edited by xrman1954, 04 January 2019 - 03:24 PM.

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#33 PerfectStriking



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Posted 26 April 2019 - 10:14 PM

Probably been said, for tee to green,


1. Square grip. 


Then everything else is a journey.


For putting who knows, anything that works, look at Jack Nicklaus vs Tiger Woods the 2 greatest golfers in history and see the dramatic difference, I bet Jack would still output nearly anyone on tour today with a style no one would ever use now.

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