Sometimes the best way to learn is to get out and play – especially if you’re one of the many people who are fine hitting balls in a range but struggle with consistency when it comes to the finer points of the game.
Playing lessons help you put technique into practice because there is a big difference in hitting balls on the driving range and playing golf on the course.
Once you take to the course, you have to consider consequence, we only have one attempt at each shot, and have to factor in many things. A typical playing lesson will cover the following:
Terrain or lie of the ball and various stances
Rules and Etiquette
Golf equipment and club selection
Judgement of distance
Preparation and Patience