Tip of the Week: Preparing properly for your round
- By SwingFix
- Nov 8, 2012 2:00 PM ET
It happens to everyone who plays this game. You get to the first tee and, for any number of reasons, nerves set in, which can have a dramatic affect on your entire day.
How can you get rid of those first-tee jitters? Well, the best way comes from preparing properly for your round.
In this video segment, SwingFix instructor Karen Palacios-Jansen joins Holly Sonders on the School of Golf set and she will help you understand what measures you can take so that when you get to the first tee you’re relaxed and confident before striking that first shot.
And being relaxed and confident can go a long way in helping you play to your potential.
So enjoy this video, try this approach before your next round and see if you don’t get off to a better start.
An elite team of instructors that can show you in a matter of minutes what it would take you months to figure out on your own.
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