Here we consider some of the most obvious and easily corrected mistakes that amateur golfers regularly make at Golf Clubs up and down the country. Golf is one of the most complexly challenging sports, and there are an almost infinite number of ways you can screw up on the course. But we amateurs often do ourselves no favours by making fundamental errors that we could avoid with more careful deliberation. Related: 10 ways to hit the ball further. If we just stopped to think occasionally we could improve our chances, and maybe those of our playing partners. Here are 11 of the most common mistakes that amateur golfers make.
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11 Mistakes Amateur Golfers Make
Galway golfer Ronan Mullarney lit up the Flogas Irish Amateur Open with a scintillating score of 62 to take a four stroke lead after the opening round at Co Sligo. Mullarney, 23, made four birdies in his first nine and reeled off five in a row on the way home to break the course record by two shots. Most importantly, he holds a commanding position atop the leaderboard. Four times he has placed in the top 10 this season, although the omens were troubling him as he teed off at Rosses Point. I forgot my battery leaving the house and I plonked it in the bunker on the first.
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