On The Course

Three Simple Things You Can Do to Get a Head Start on Your Golf Season

Spring is coming and it's time to get back on the golf course. Before stepping up to the tee box this season, be sure you're ready to score lower than ever!

Spring is in the air, and golfers everywhere are getting ready to hit the links again! If you’re a golfer that’s getting back into the swing of things after a long winter break, here are some simple tips to help you get a jump start on your season. 

#1. Clean Your Clubs 

The first thing you should do when readying your golf clubs for the season is to give them a good cleaning. Dirt, mud, and grime can accumulate on your club heads over the winter, so it’s important that you take the time to give them a thorough wash. Start by removing any dirt and debris from the surface of your club heads with a soft brush. Then use warm water and mild soap to scrub off any remaining residue. Be sure to let your clubs dry completely before putting them away. 

#2. Re-grip Your Clubs 

Every golfer knows that having properly gripped clubs is essential to be comfortable and confident over the ball. Grips will eventually become worn out or damaged from wear and tear, so it’s important that you check yours periodically throughout the season. If it seems like they’re getting slick and sliding in your hands, don’t hesitate—getting your clubs re-gripped is necessary to play at your best. Most pro shops offer re-gripping services at an affordable price, so be sure to ask about it before heading out on the course this season! 

#3. Take Golf Lessons 

If you’re looking for ways to improve your game this season, taking lessons could be just what you need! Golf instructors specialize in helping their students learn proper technique and understand how different aspects of their swing relate to each other in order to create powerful yet accurate shots. Taking golf lessons can also be a great way to meet new people who share your love of golf while having fun learning something new. So don't be afraid to invest in yourself this spring—you won't regret it when you’re scoring lower than ever!


Getting back into golf after being away all winter doesn't have to take up too much of your time or energy—just follow these easy tips and you'll be ready for an awesome round as soon as spring arrives in your area. First things first: clean those clubs off and get them ready for action; then consider getting new grips to put on if necessary; lastly, don't forget about taking some lessons—it's never too late (or too early!) to work on improving your swing! With just a few small changes here and there, you'll be ready for a great golf season this year! Happy swinging!