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What to wear to first golf lesson

You’ve got to be smart but most importantly, comfortable. You are undoubtedly going to be a little nervous and apprehensive about your first ever lesson. Making sure you feel comfortable in what you are wearing is one less thing to worry about.

The very first thing to discount is the option of going to your local golf outlet and spending a mini fortune on the latest golf clothes. It’s a waste and totally unnecessary, You’d be better off pocketing that money to spend on a nice meal for your other half or extra golf lessons. You can not put a price on quality golf tuition, whether it be at the driving range, online or via a mobile app, if your aim is to always be improving.

The time of year will determine what attire you should wear to your golf lesson. In the winter, both men and women should wear a tailed pair of trouser s, for men a polo shirt with a round or v-neck jumper over the top and for women (who tend to feel the cold more) as many layers as needed with a suitable zip-up jacket on top. To start rather than a pair of golf shoes a supportive, athletic pair of trainers will be appropriate footwear. In the summer, men should wear either the same tailored trousers or tailored shorts with a polo shirt. Women again the tailored trousers or shorts. Alternatively, a knee length skirt would be suitable. Always remember, smart but casual.

Most new golfers will have all of these clothes mentioned in a wardrobe at home. Perhaps never worn altogether (if you are a women) but there is a first time for everything!

Clothing is the least important thing when embarking on new golf lessons. You don’t even need clubs as these are provided for you if necessary, so always think – Be smart, casual but comfortable.

You may look the coolest golfer on the driving range but it you take the time to watch the golfer with all the gear, he/she generally has no idea and in desperate need of a lesson or two.

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