Hole In One: Ace Your Next Test!

Friday, September 22, 2017

It’s back to school season for students but golfers as well! Yes, golfers are hitting the green with hopes of making an ace or in other words a hole-in-one! An ace in golf is a rare, exciting feat. To hit the golf ball into the hole in just one shot requires the right mixture of skill, luck and studying. Not sure how to study for your hole-in-one test? Follow these study tips to make your best grade – an ace!

1. Get Informed
Don’t walk into your hole-in-one test unprepared for what you will face. Get informed on the course, distance and weather the day before the “test.”

2. Practice
Practice ahead of time. For your hole-in-one test, do plenty of practice swings on courses similar to actual course.

3. Study At Any Chance You Can Get
If your tournament is in a week, studying a little each day will help you identify your weak areas and your strengths in advance. You can also study digitally by playing close attention to others golfers videos who were able to make a hole-in-one.

4. Cut Out Distractions
Distractions make it difficult to pay attention to what you’re doing. Give yourself a leg up by turning off the noise while “studying.”

5. Pay Attention To Details
It may be intimidating to visualize one small ball traveling several yards into one small whole. Don’t focus on the big picture. Study one battle at a time or one chapter section at a time. Focus on your posture, then your swing to take baby steps.

Don’t have back to school blues. Going to the green for your golfers can earn them some green. How is that for motivation? If you want to set up your hole-in-one contest with US Hole in One, give us a call at 888-882-5440 or email us at info@usholeinone.com.

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