It’s that time of year again—time to make your list of resolutions for the New Year. Instead of making a list of unrealistic goals you’ll be tempted to break or ignore after a month or so, why not vow to improve your golf game in 2016?
Consider adding a few of these golf-inspired resolutions to your New Years resolutions for 2016:
Walk More, Ride Less: This year, consider walking between holes every once in a while instead of just hopping on the golf cart. According to recent studies by The Walking Golfer and Golf Digest, walking an 18-hole golf course burns almost 1500 alone. What a workout!
Strive to Become a Better Putter: Did you know that more strokes are made with a putter than any other club? It’s true! The putter is the only club that’s used at every hole. Therefore, it makes sense to get used to this rather useful club. In 2016, try to devote time to practicing long-range putts with your putter to improve your putting skills.
Take a Few Lessons: Get back to the basics by booking a few golf lessons with the pros here at Baywood Greens. They can help you fix your weaker, “problem" areas and improve your golf game!
Play More: As with any sport, the best way to see improvement in your golf game is simply by getting out on the course. After all, everyone knows that practice makes perfect! This year, commit to playing a few rounds with friends and family as often as possible. Make a plan, and stick to it!
Book your next tee time at Baywood Greens’ “Exclusively Public” 18-Hole Championship Golf Course today, and you’ll get the chance to discover one of the most spectacular golf courses on the East Coast!