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You know you’ve been wanting to get out on the course more often. It’s time to make it happen! These tips can make it easier for you to get out there and refine your skills. Becoming a good golfer takes time, discipline, and practice. The best way to get better is to play more. And with a little planning and flexibility, you can definitely make it happen.

If you have an opportunity to play, take it

Golf clubs are more active organizing competitions and get-togethers based around golfing than ever. If you are a member of a club make sure you check in regularly to stay updated on any games/events going on around you.

Getting more involved with the golfing community and surrounding yourself with its members will provide you with more motivation to get out there more frequently.

Be flexible

Shop around different clubs and see what kind of memberships they are offering. A big concern when golfing regularly is the price, as it is a more expensive sport. Many clubs are now offering more flexible memberships and can work with you on pricing. Research your options thoroughly before committing to one place.

Make plans and stick to them

If you want to play more without impacting your life in a negative way, planning is a must. If you are a member of a club, look through all of the competitions and other events being offered, grab a calendar, and write down the ones you would like to attend. The same thing can be done for the nomadic-golfer. Life can get in the way, but you are more likely to stick to your schedule if you take the time to write down your plans. Consider it an agreement, and stick to them.

Include your family

Golf clubs have a lot to offer, not just to you. Many clubs will organize events such including speakers, dances, dinners, musical acts, and more. It is easier now than ever to get the whole family involved.

It is important to remember that getting a membership to a club is the easiest way to commit and stick to spending more time on a course. They also provide multiple activities your significant other or family can get involved with which ends up benefiting everyone.