BEGINNERS GOLF HOLIDAY'S: learn the basics in just 3 days!


Starting out in golf can be difficult and even daunting for some. If you have ever taken a golfing friends advice and gone to the driving range with them only to have a few swing and misses whilst everyone else around his hitting high straight golf balls, this could be enough to put you off for life.

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It doesn’t have to be this way, the key is to get an early grasp of the basic fundamentals around which hitting the ball is based on and to most peoples surprise these don’t have anything to do with the swing or actually hitting the ball. It all comes from learning the positions you need to get into before you even start to think about any movements, we call this in golfing terms the set up. It comprises of how you aim – both the club and your body; how you hold the club, commonly known as the grip in golfing terms; where you have the ball positioned in relation to your body – both the distance from the ball and the position between your feet; your stance – how wide apart your feet are; and your posture – how you bend to the ball and the angle of your back.

These positions have to be correct and more importantly precise and consistent for you to be able to swing the club correctly and hit the ball. In most cases if these positions are learnt properly a good natural swing will be able to develop, of course you still need a few pointers in hitting the ball – namely to hit the back of the ball and let the club get the ball in the air rather than you trying to lift it or scoop it up by using your hands and wrists – but in general you will be good to get back down to the range without fear or intimidation and let a good swing develop as your confidence grows.

This can take some time however as these positions need to be taught and learnt one at a time, this usually takes anywhere from 5 to 10 lessons with practice required in between meaning it can be anywhere from a month to three before you have that confidence. That’s fine if you have the time to wait, but what if in this fast paced consumer buying driven lifestyle that we live in you want it now?

It can be done, I have a 3 day tuition package that can get you through the basic positions and even get you to the Par 3 course straight away – providing you put the work in too. There is no need to but expensive clubs or other equipment as we supply everything, just come to give it your all and if you still think it will be the game for you then go and buy all the equipment.

With 3 hours of tuition everyday, we can cover all of the above basic positions and all of the shots needed to get around the course: Putting, Chipping, Pitching, Bunkers and full swing if you pick it up quickly we could even get to hitting the woods. the key is your participation and devotion to mastering these fundamentals. Staying on site leaves you with another 21 hours in each day, lets take 10 hours out for sleeping and eating and we still have 11 hours! If you can spend just another 2 or 3 hours per day to practice the positions learnt you will be up and running on your golfing life. No more daunting experiences – well not until you head out for your first game and first tee shot but don’t worry about that everyone feels that way – as Jack Nicklaus said (the greatest golfer of all time) “the day I am not nervous on the first tee is the day I will stop playing golf”

For more details go see the beginners tuition break page

About the author

I am a professional golfer and a Class AA member of the PGA GB & I. I inspire and improve golfers of all levels, currently at Thana City Golf Club, Bangkok and have been in Thailand for seven years. I am passionate about golf and want to bring the game to life making it fun for all including creating dreams for elite performers

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