Playing Golf at Bad Weather

Bad weather tests your patience and your shotmaking. For example, keeping the ball down is the key to control when winds are strong. But in the rain, you need height and backspin to fight the effects of wet air and turf.

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Playing Golf at Bad Weather

Post by devanwallace83 » Tue May 28, 2019 7:30 am

It’s certainly reasonable to assume so. Players that are more willing to play in poor weather are generally considered more likely to practice and work on their game.

Here’s how playing golf in poor weather will improve your game:

1. Playing in windy conditions will help you to think more creatively while golfing. You’ll need to be able to visualize how the wind will affect your golf ball, and aim accordingly.

2. Playing in the rain is difficult, but it certainly promotes a better focus on each shot, which will translate to other conditions as well.

3. playing in the cold can benefit every golfer’s ability. Cold weather forces players to be patient.

Poor weather conditions demand only a few things from players: patience, creativity, focus, and a positive attitude.

I hope it helps


Re: Playing Golf at Bad Weather

Post by helpfullguide » Mon Jun 10, 2019 9:32 am

Excellent well explained

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