Launches New Site for Golfers

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New players can learn to play golf the easy way at the new website.

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A new website devoted to helping golfers of all abilities improve their game is now online. The website has been created by a team of passionate golfers to share their passion and knowledge of the game.
Golf, as anyone who has picked up a club can be a very frustrating game. Slices, hooks, shanks, lost balls and missed one foot putts are all something that every golfer needs to get used to. While golf can be frustrating at times it is also incredibly rewarding and few things beat the feeling of hitting a crisp drive off the first tee.
While there is plenty of advice for new golfers (much of it conflicting) and no shortage of people willing to give it to them, has its own ideas about how the game should be played. While aimed primarily at beginners and those new to the game there are also a number of tips and articles that more veteran players will find useful.
There are probably more written words about the perfect golf swing than any other subject in sport. While a breakdown of the more technical elements of the swing is useful for more advanced players most people playing golf for the first time just want to be able to hit the ball in a straight line. The website covers all the basic elements that new players need to know such as the correct stance, grip and alignment as well as a number of more advanced topics.
Once a golfer has mastered the fundamental aspects of the swing the game becomes just as much about the mental side as the physical. The site has pays an equal amount of attention to the mental challenges that golf poses with articles on overcoming first tee jitters and tips for improving mental strength on the golf course.
Anyone who plays and enjoys golf or who plays and is frustrated by golf can learn something at the new website.
The site is the creation of golfing fanatics who want to share their love of the game. Featuring articles and guides on all elements of the game it is the site to visit for anyone looking to improve golf swing.

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