Leading Golfers- Find Information About Your Favourites!

By: Abhishek Agarwal

Every one of us has a favorite when it comes to a pro golfer, and you may want to know more about the person whose game you admire. Be it a master's level pro or someone who plays a great game at your club, knowing more about what makes them tick can improve your own game to quite an extent. Once you get to learn their techniques, you could incorporate them into your own game. It is pretty easy to get information on the biggest pros like Tiger Woods, but if you would want information about some of the not so popular players, this article can give you a few tips on getting there.

The Internet could help

The Internet is a plethora of information and chances are you will find what you are looking for there. Most recognized players have their own websites, and some even have fan clubs after their names. So you may find adequate information on the player you are looking for.

There are other sites that pose as unbiased observes of the game, much like online magazines and they too are great to get an objective account of the strategies of some of the leading players of the game. Some of the sites update by the minute so you can keep track of what's happening at a golfing event on the other side of the planet if you need that.

Pay attention to tournaments

Reading about the game can only do so much for you but when you see your favorite players on TV or on the course, nothing can beat the experience. Observe your favorite pro as he makes his shots on the course, and you could style your own self based on that, here and there at least. There is no better way to observe a good player than in person, while some of the close up shots on television can tell you a lot about the players' shots, grip and stance as well.

Don't look at only the biggest names of the game

Do not please restrain your self by only observing the biggest names of the game such as Tiger Woods and Vijay Singh. Improving your game is a step by step process and you will do it best if you go step by step. Don't try and imitate someone right at the top, instead someone whose closer to your own league. Choose a senior player at the club and maybe you will even be able to play a few holes with him and that would be great experience for you.

Whatever method you choose to observe your favorite player, do take mental notes when you see them play, you could even take down notes on paper. Recording television is another good idea.

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