Improving Your Golf Handicap

 

 Golf Handicap pic

Golf Handicap
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As a certified public accountant, Benjamin Barrone creates budgets, reports, and forecasts for Vital Proteins in Chicago. Outside of work, Benjamin Barrone is an avid golfer who has been playing since childhood and has a handicap under five.

A common goal of golfers is reducing their handicap. Practice is always the most important thing to do to lower the handicap. Regularly set aside some time to hit at the range, and spend roughly 15 minutes completing putting drills before and after each round you play.

Another way to raise your game is to improve your own physical fitness. Stretching before a golf game is important, but you should spend some time off the course increasing your strength and flexibility. In turn, you will be able to hit the ball farther and more accurately.

Finally, check your golf equipment. Old, worn clubs may be difficult to grip and are less likely to hit the ball in the direction you want. New golf club materials and designs may help you make more accurate shots, so replace your equipment when it starts aging.

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