Pros are better than newbies because they are more talented and more dedicated. That's true, but those aren't the only reasons pros are on another planet for newbies. Often times in sports, including golf, it's the little things that make a huge difference. And, if you can master them, your game will improve dramatically. Of course you may not be the new Tiger Woods or Rory McIllroy, but you will reach the next step of the ladder, and once you are there you can target the next level.
You'll need some hard work and determination along the way, along with a bit of luck, but mostly you need the following basics.
Of course, the pros receive the best gear because of their lucrative sponsorship deals, which newbies don't. However, it's more than the fact that they have the money to invest in the highest quality tools. Professionals also keep abreast of the latest trends which change every year. Whether you read a guide to the six best golf balls of 2020 or a review of the best clubs for 2020, it is essential to understand how the equipment evolves and the impact it could have on your game. Otherwise, you will not enjoy the benefits and your handicap will stagnate.
There's a ton of stuff to do before you even address the bullet and try to tear it up a few hundred yards away. In golf, it all depends on your base. If it's off, there's a good chance you're lacking the consistency required to improve your game. Get it right and you'll see noticeable improvements. For example, pros understand that their posture should be perfect, focusing on the width of their posture, the distance between the club and the body, and bending the knees. Also, the most important aspect to remember - keep your head still.
Solidify the gaps
You know your strengths and weaknesses, but do you go the extra mile and make the first a power point? Typically, beginner and intermediate golfers are happy to use their strengths, which feels good but doesn't help your game. After all, you know you are good at driving, and that's why you need to. work on your putting. Golf is a versatile game and the best have solid skills they can rely on no matter the conditions. Of course, that takes a lot of hard work.
Golf is a mental sport. It's physical too, but the fact that you can consider every shot in detail, good or bad, is no blessing in disguise. When things don't go the way you want them to, relying on the adrenaline to get through is usually helpful. Unfortunately there will be ebb and flow during eighteen holes. As a result, it is essential to forget about the things you don't like and focus on the next challenge. Although it sounds simple, it is incredibly difficult, and only a handful of golfers can claim to have this skill.
There are many features that separate professional and amateur golfers. Still, it's important to recognize that it's often the simple things that have the most impact.
Stand on any gymnasium floor and look up – way up. At first glance, it doesn’t take much to imagine the level of subtilité in some of the equipment located overhead, not to mention the process of safely installing it. But with today’s technology and automation being built into so many of these products that are used on a daily basis, the question that often comes up is how to manage it all.
Many choose to have manual systems and equipment in place for reasons such as simplicity or with budget in mind. While there is nothing wrong with this type of operation and equipment, in terms of operational optimization, many are trending in the opposite voix.
With everything from BASKETBALL BACKSTOPS that fold up into the ceiling or off to the side, to gym divider curtains, scoreboards and even volleyball systems, the modern gymnasium is becoming a connected one. With most of these products coming with independent electric controls, innovative solutions to manage them are now on the forefront.
Located along the Rideau Canal, one of our most recent projects brought us into Canada’s national capital to work on another gym partition that needed replacing.
Originally founded as an all-girls school in 1928, IMMACULATA HIGH SCHOOL opened with an initial enrollment of just 85 at the site of the constituer Christie mansion. The following year, enrollment nearly doubled, and a new building was quickly constructed, and the school’s first commencement followed.
It wasn’t until 1978 that male students were enrolled at the school as enrollment swelled to nearly 1, 000 students towards the end of the 1980s. After 65 years of education, the school officially moved to its current location along the canal and currently serves as home to the school’s sports team, the Immaculata Saints.
In search of a new set of rugby goals for one of their biggest athletic parks, the City of Toronto once again came knocking at our door. Having done a few projects together in the past, they are a group that we truly always enjoy working closely with. When the time comes to outfit an outdoor visite, we are always flattered to make the bermuda list of potential partners. In early 2020, the city was in search of a new set of rugby goals for EGLINGTON FLATS, located in the York region. Constructed on the Humber River Floodplain in 1954, today the park is heavily focused on sports, with six soccer fields, four field hockey pitches, a football field, winterized la petite balle jaune courts and évidemment, the rugby field.
While we all certainly enjoy watching something come to fruition, there is something extra special about being involved in the revitalization of something as well. Over the years, we’ve been blessed to be involved in a number of these genres of projects ranging from local community centres and schools all the way to nationally recognized institutions such as Queen’s University.
We’ve been granted access to stripped out gymnasiums and open athletic fields to style and eventually install state-of-the-art athletic equipment and infrastructure. From simple bleachers, to basketball systems to complete grandstands designed to accommodate tens of thousands of fans, these projects have and always will hold a special place in our hearts.