As you practice your golf putting it is vital that your head remain motionless. Learning to keep the head still throughout a putt is the first putting skill that must be mastered. Many beginners focus on their golf ball too much and this causes them to watch the ball on its path. Watching your ball, however, will throw off your body mechanics and cause misalignment which in turn causes crooked putts.
When you straighten your left knee in your golf stance, your hips and shoulders automatically shift slightly to the left and this can cause you to swing over the ball with an open face of the club and slice. Keep your knee bent slightly through your swing.
Another eating trick is to bring healthy snacks with you and snack throughout your round. I know I've won matches just because I was snacking and my peers were not. If you're blood sugar gets low your round will suffer big time.
Don't overlook this one! Dehydration can cause muscle weakness, cramping, and energy loss - and you don't even know why you feel so tired. Often its due to dehydration. Once you start playing, you should continue drinking water at every hole.
You can spend just a few hundred or possibly a couple thousand on a bag of clubs along with the bag. When it is an occasion such as father's day, that maybe a little excessive, so you can always give them extra tees to help them with regards to their game. You may want to purchase some personalized clothing. Many places will add their initials on the pocket of polo, or maybe you can get them something to wear of the green. Shirts and sweatshirts that say world's greatest golfer are cute gifts from the kids that anyone would really like.
The divot is a scrapped off that helps you to identify the target end. It helps you avoid the wrong strike positions that are left or right to the target end. The ball when fly over should be matching the divot.
A good putting stroke is one fluid straight line motion. The head of the putter should be brought straight back from the ball. Once the golf ball has been struck, the putter continues its path all the while remaining square to the intended line.