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A Guide for Choosing a Suitable Golf Course for your Playing Level Of all the most popular sports out there, golf is among the top. In any one golf course, you will find both professionals and amateurs sharpening their skills. Needless to say, there is a wide gap in terms of playing ability between the players. A game of golf is most enjoyed when a player plays in a course that matches their ability. This is because the golf courses are also very different and would suit different players. Below is a useful guide for helping you settle on a suitable golf course. Over the course of learning and perfecting your golfing skills, you have obviously established relationships with other players. Those players who have tested their skills in many different courses are a very useful resource in your quest. You should ask them for recommendations for suitable golf courses for your playing level. Looks for people with experience in many courses and those who know your playing ability. With such leads you can then consider other factors before you settle on one. If you want to get a more reliable recommendation, ask a professional within the golfing industry. Most golf courses have some PGA experts who work either as trainers or in other capacities. Any of those professionals who know your game can give very useful recommendations of which courses to visit. The best person to ask for such recommendations is your trainer. When looking for a suitable golf course, the internet is a very useful resource. Most golf courses will have a website where all the important specs will be listed. With such information, choose a course that will challenge your ability. You should also read what other players who have used the course have to say. The comments of other players in your playing level should help guide your decision. After reaching a certain level of playing golf, every player will know their drive length or yardage. At a certain level, every player will have a certain average figure for their drive length. With this information in mind, choose a course that has an appropriate length between the holes. You should choose a course that will allow you to finish in more or less the recommended strokes. Finally, you should visit the shortlisted courses on their demo day and learn more about them. Demo days are days hosted by most golf courses to potential players to give them an opportunity to ‘feel’ it. The benefit of this method is that on top of experiencing the course first hand, you also do it free of charge. Whenever possible, this is actually the best way to find the most suitable course for your playing ability. It may be more inconveniencing to take advantage of demo days for courses that are too far.

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