The COVID-19 Pandemic And Golf
Today, the shadow of Novel Coronavirus (also known as COVID-19) looms over everyone, particularly in the United States. The pandemic significantly impacts golfers. Some states recently closed all golf courses. Others like Florida, permit golf, but with social distancing restrictions in place. The situation has created confusion in many locations. Nevada's governor recently shuttered golf courses in The Silver State, after too many people failed to adhere to important social distancing rules.
There are 15,014 golf facilities across the United States. It's no secret that Americans love golf. In fact, the golf industry creates and maintains close to 2 million jobs in the country.
Golf is a beloved pastime across the global. Golf courses are in 85% of the countries in the world. That's 208 of the world’s 245 nations.
Although few of us are going to make it to the PGA Tour, that doesn't mean that we can't all learn how to improve at golf.
Read on for a list of 7 simple habits you can start today to learn how to improve accuracy in your golf game.
If you love grabbing your clubs and hitting the links, you probably want to spend as much time on the course as possible. This can become a conflict of interest if your family doesn't care about golf. However, if you let them know just why it's such a great game, you can become a golf loving family. You need to learn a bit more about the joys of golfing so you can bring your family along for the ride.
5 Mistakes Every New Golfer Makes
Golf is a surprisingly old sport, and it doesn't look like it'll be disappearing any time soon: 29 million Americans play golf currently. The youth of America are keeping the game alive. If you're one of these newbies, check out these 5 common golf flubs novices make in their first few years playing this wondrous game.