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Valuable Tips Shared by the Best Golf Champions

Golfers who are serious in honing their skills are always on the lookout for valuable tips they can use to take their game (and their scores) to the next level.  You can surely get great advice from friends and fellow players. However, you may just want to get useful recommendations from the golfers you admire. Fortunately, golf legends such as Arnold Palmer, Phil Mickelson, and Tiger Woods are never stingy with giving tips to beginner golfers. The following are some of the golf tips they shared:

Arnold Palmer

The legendary golfer who is known gave plenty of tips during his long career. In one interview by Golf Channel, The King shared a basic tip. His advice to all golfers is to learn and practice the fundamentals. This simple tip makes great sense as it is quite pointless to jump straight to the advanced techniques when you have not mastered the basics yet.

Phil Mickelson

Famous golf champion, Phil Mickelson, makes social media a much better place for golf enthusiasts. This is because the master golfer posts valuable golf tips on Instagram and YouTube. Mickelson’s tutorials give numerous short game techniques on chipping and pitching. One basic chipping tip that lefty shared is that you need to keep your weight forward and on your front foot throughout your shot. He also shared that you should figure out what type of shot you will make, whether that be making a high or low shot.

Tiger Woods

In his book, How I Play Golf, the champion golfer emphasized the importance of mental strength in the game of golf. Chapter 9 of the book is titled, How to Stay in Control while Chapter 10 is How to Master the Mind. Two chapters of the said book teaches readers some tips on how players can stay focused on the game amidst the presence of roaring crowds around. This means that if you wish to have a champion’s mindset like Woods, you also need to prioritize mental toughness. A quote from Woods said, It’s not about what other people think and what other people say. It’s about what you want to accomplish and whether you want to go out there and be prepared to beat everyone you play or face.

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Written by The Pinnacle Golf Team

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