Eat, work, sleep, golf, repeat. Sound familiar?
Unfortunately, life can be a bit monotonous at times.
To break up the day to day routine, we spend our free time doing the things we enjoy most, such as playing golf!
What happens though, when we find our golf membership becoming monotonous too?
I know, it’s taboo to say it, but playing the same course week in, week out, can become… boring.
Should we immediately start reconsidering our annual golf membership fee?
Getting the most from your golf membership…
The last thing you want to do is lose the passion and excitement you have for your home golf club.
So to make sure this doesn’t happen, here’s a suggestion…
You simply need to take a break from things and change the routine.
It sounds counter-productive, right? Wrong.
We don’t mean take a step back from golf altogether, but you could try visiting other golf courses instead, to switch things up a little.
It never hurts to have a change of scenery every now and again.
Trying out a new course will really refresh your perspective on the game.
The variation across the courses can even help to improve your game, as you use different techniques and clubs to work our way around the holes.
The other benefit is that eventually, you’ll find yourself excited again to get back to your home club and enjoy a round with friends.
Consider joining a golf club that has multiple venues or at worst, reciprocal arrangements with other clubs.
An example of this type of golf membership is leading UK golf course owners, Crown Golf, who gives you an array of a 5-day and a 7-day golf membership choices.
This gives you the freedom to not only enjoy your own golf club but also allows you to try out their 32 other fantastic courses in the group too.
By Ian Mullins