December 04, 2009

So What Does It Take To Ace A Par 3

So here’s a question for you all: “What does it take to get a hole-in-one?” Is it brute strength? US Hole in One’s answer to that is a BIG NO! So what is it then? Is it precision? Maybe, but offline tee shots that ricochet off a tree and into the hole are not really US Hole In One’s idea of precision.

We believe that luck is the main factor otherwise people would make holes-in-one regularly. Once that happens they wouldn’t be special anymore. Hole-in-ones are far from an everyday thing. The odds of making one are high and euphoria happens when someone makes one. With good technique you could increase your chances of making a hole-in-one. So make sure that you see your local PGA Professional for some game-improving tips.

If you don’t have time to do that, don’t worry. US Hole In One has some tips for you. The first is to make sure that you set-up to the ball properly. 90% of most golfers’ problems start at set-up. You can’t hit your target with a bow and arrow if you don’t aim right. Next up is your grip; make sure that it isn’t too strong or weak. There are numerous articles online that will show you the ideal grip. After all your hands are technically your only links to the golf club. Now you’re ready to swing. Identify your shot pattern and what your ball does in the air. This is your ball flight. You can then use that flight to attack the pin with something reliable. For example, if your ball moves from right to left aim little right of the flag and let the ball fly. That way you can become more consistent with your game. Before you know it, you’ll be as consistent as our hole in one insurance coverage.