When first starting golfing, most beginners and juniors are overwhelmed by the vast quantity of golf terms. Many terms focus on specific areas of play while others are adopted sayings that morphed over time through misuse or lack of understanding.
It is important for beginners, especially juniors, to build a strong base of knowledge and to develop strong fundamental habits right from the start. Proper use of golf terms is the first place to start. Therefore, The Grateful Golfer is starting a new series of info graphics focused on expanding the knowledge of beginners and in some cases, seasoned players.
“You don’t know JACK….but you can talk like him!” series is meant to be informative, fun, and help demystify many of golf’s confusing concepts.
The first in our series is on a previous topic on chip, pitch and bump and run Enjoy!
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