Golf Tips for Spring


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After a cold winter, nature is starting to bloom and spring is around the corner. It’s about time to take your golf clubs out of storage and begin stretching those muscles for a trek around the course. While limbering up you may be looking for a new way to manage your game on the course.

Garmin’s Approach S6 can track strength, tempo and manage your yardage around the golf course. All three of those factors can help your golf game for a fun, successful season. 

Here’s a few other tips to get you ready for the spring and summer.

1. Practice indoors

It is difficult to find consistent times to practice outside depending on where you live so being creative is key. Try dropping a ball down on the carpet in your house and practice your putting while watching TV. Golf is all about getting your tempo back and practicing your putt is a perfect place to start.

2. Build up your strength

Cross training is a great way to improve your golfing experience. Try working on your back muscles if you are at the gym- a strong back will help in all aspects of your golf game. If cross training seems too extreme, a simple 30-45 minute walk with your vivofit around your neighborhood will do the trick.

3.  Change your bad habits

Try and make some changes before the busy summer season hits. Something as simple as changing the grip on your club can do the trick. If that doesn’t help, another option is asking your local pro for some pointers. 

4. Start slow

Instead of hitting the course immediately this season, start golfing at the driving range. The driving range will allow you to ease into your swing. Start hitting a smaller bucket of golf balls and once you can hit 100 at a time, you should feel confident to go out on the course.

If you need some more help for your game, check out our golf products including the Approach S6 at Tell us about your experiences at our Garmin Social Media pages as well.  

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