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Free Online Golf Lessons

Technology is a staple in almost everyone’s life and many golfers are looking for free online golf lessons. This begs questions such as: Where can I find free online golf lessons? How do I find a credible Online Golf Instructor? Can I really learn the game through online golf instruction? Below we will discuss these questions and answer them the best that we can.

Where can I find a free online golf lessons? 
If you are reading this, you probably know the answer to this question. With that being said we will cover all bases. One you are online, you simply go to a search engine box such as Google, Yahoo or Bing and type in the challenge that you are having. Let’s pretend that in your last round that you missed a few greens and were left with some chip shots. Unfortunately, you did not pull these shots off even though they were pretty simple. An example that you might type would be “What are the Basics of Chipping?” You will be amazed at how much help is waiting for you! All you have to do is simply type in a phrase and you will have videos and articles at your fingertips.

How do I find a credible Online Golf Instructor? 
We are all familiar with the saying that if it is too good to be true then it usually is? Well, that statement is never as true as when you are looking for free online golf lessons. Buyers beware and you get what you pay for also come to mind. With that being said, there are great instructors putting out free online golf lessons for you to learn from. Keep in mind that literally anyone can write an article or throw a video up on YouTube. Do your research on who is giving the online golf tip. Ideally, you should be able to do an online search on them and retrieve other results. Some things that you may look for include: are they a PGA member? Are they Certified in Golf Instruction by the PGA or are they a Master Professional in Golf Instruction from the PGA? You will find many different theories in the online world and you should follow someone that writes in a way that you like, comes across on video as believable and their theory makes sense to you. If they are talking about positions that you do not think your body can achieve…guess what…you probably will not achieve them.

Can I really learn the game through online golf instruction? 
With the acceptance of learning through the technology of today, there is no question that you can learn the game through online golf instruction. The amount of time and money that our current society has is ever-changing. Online golf swing lessons can give you access to teachers that you may not have otherwise heard of otherwise. In addition, learning the game this way can be much more affordable than traveling to go see them in person because with a simple internet connection you will have a connection to your instructor!

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