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Golf in Japan

Golf is a popular game in Japan; it is practiced by the Japanese who are over 30 years: The game can be very frustrating at the beginning but it is very addictive.

The very first steps
If you are a beginner in this sport, you can buy a 7-iron golf club to start. It is important also to know the terms that are used in golf. It is recommended to hire an instructor for you to learn the basics of golf. Once you know the basics you are prepared to enjoy the game.

Golf Courses in Japan

There are many golf fields in Japan; the Phoenix Country club in Miyazaki is one of the best in the country.  Practice fields are also very common in Japan; they are distinguished by a green net and they are generally situated in the middle of the cities. Japan offers excellent training golf courses at reasonable prices, but the best training courses are offered in the surroundings of Tokyo.

Know your price limit

There are different golf lessons in Japan and they are usually expensive, but you can still find good courses that don’t cost so much. It is important to decide how much you're willing to spend before you start hiring a professional instructor. The important thing is to get the most out of it; try to get as many golf tips as you can.

Make Sure Your Goals and Commitment Match

To receive good golf lessons, the instructor will have to track your progress. You must follow directions from the instructor. The higher your goals, the more effort you should put into the game. It is important to be realistic with the goals that you want to accomplish and provide the necessary commitment to achieve it.

Golf Schools vs. Private Lessons

People receive golf instruction from golf schools and private lessons. Each has its advantages. Schools offer an intensive amount of practice in a short time but it might be too much information and it has no monitoring. Private lessons can last longer because they are not subject to a specific period of time.

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