Learning to play golf is an ongoing process. You won’t suddenly be good at it overnight – it takes practice, skill, and a great deal of commitment. If you are playing golf abroad when you are on holiday, this is a whole different kettle of fish, as it will be different weather conditions, different equipment and different golf courses. All in all, you will be faced with new challenges that you need to meet in order to be successful.
If you are looking for a golfing holiday, visit a location like the Algarve, where you can play golf all day long. You need to book early enough that you will be able to find the best golf courses to visit, and if you want to do as well as possible, you might want to book some lessons while you are there. Make sure you hire the right equipment as well, as you probably won’t be able to take your own.
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