Here on the Costa’s golf is one of the biggest leisure time activities for both tourists and resident alike and with this in mind we have secured the services of Mike Probert of Costa Blanca Green Fee Services to provide a weekly round up of local golfing events and topics and in conjunction with us at THE LEADER will provide discounted golf prices to all of our readers and run our golf competitions.
Preparing to Play (Part 3)
The last article in this series concentrated upon the preparation required by a golfer prior to the arrival at the golf course.
The routine to follow when you arrive at the course should also be quite straightforward.
Try to be as normal with your routine as you possibly can be, although we all know that competition changes our attitude to some degree but you have to cope with added pressure, but don’t be too concerned.
It is important not to try and remove all of the extra excitement because this ensures that you can offer a little extra care where care is needed but the important thing to remember is that you must not race about, either physically or within our minds to ensure that you keep as calm as possible and you will help achieve the ideal mood in which to play.
Booking in is an extra thing to do, so get it out of the way as soon as you can because it’s another one of those positive things to do; it removes the possibility of another worrying thought which might go through your mind.
Try to occupy your mind with pleasant thoughts by associating with your friends until it is time to ‘get ready’.
The players on the European our, start their warm-up session, one hour before their tee-up time and this has proved over the years to be an ideal time schedule for them, so it’s not a bad system to allow.
Start with a few short wedge shots and finish with the driver.
You do not have to go through the whole bag, and remember to only allow yourself a positive amount of time to practise because if you leave it too long and you may start to get it wrong.
This series or articles continues next week with establishing ‘feel’ from practise and preparing for that first tee.
We at THE LEADER are committed to providing to our golfing readers affordable golf without the need to join a club or apply for a card but simply contact the number below to have instant access to discounted golf prices, many of which are exclusive to us.
The deals shown in the table are some of the best currently available to you:
|Alenda||€100||Two Players and Buggy|
|Alicante||€82||Two Players and Buggy (after 12pm)|
|Altorreal||€80||Two Players and Buggy|
|Bonalba||€80||Two Players and Buggy|
|Don Cayo (Altea)||€60||Two Players and Buggy|
|Font Del Llop||€39||Single Green Fee and Buggy|
|La Finca||€110||Two Green Fees and Buggy|
|La Peraleja||€120||Four Players and Two Buggies|
|La Marquesa||€37||Single Green Fee|
|La Serena||€80||Two Players and Buggy|
|Las Colinas||€126||Two Green Fees and Buggy|
|Las Ramblas||€90||Two Players and Buggy|
|Lo Romero||€176||Four Players and Two Buggies|
|Roda||€92||Two Players and Buggy|
|Villamartin||€102||Two Players and Buggy|
|Villaitana Levante||€45||Single Green Fee and Buggy|
|Vistabella||€66||Two Players and Buggy (weekends)|
Deal of the Week:
Las Pinaillas (Albacete) €85 each for 2 rounds of golf with buggies and B&B accommodation on shared room basis in the 3* Castilla hotel .
Last minute offers from all Nike courses from €60 for 2 players walking.
For Bookings and more information contact Mike at email@example.com or direct on 966 704 752 or 661 345 931 quoting reference LEADER.
Quotation of the Week
“The best exercise for golfers is golfing” – Bobby Jones