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Named a Golf Digest "Best Places to Play"

Often, you will see people golfing in groups of 2 or more when at the course. This camaraderie allows people to compete and have fun so they don’t have to be by themselves when going from hole to hole. Still, there are times when you may want to hit the links by yourself. Here are some reasons why you may want to have a solo golf game on certain occasions.

No Judgment

While you may judge your own golf play, playing alone means you don’t have to deal with a group of people all giving their own two cents about how you should have taken a bad shot. Such criticisms can get on your last nerve as you just want to be out and enjoy a day on the course. Also, you may get conflicting advice from several people as you won’t know whose advice is best to improve your game playing.

Play at Your Own Pace

There may be times when you want to play fast because there are other things you want to do for the rest of the day, but a slow golfing partner can ruin those plans. Other times, you want to play a bit slower to study your shots and hits at your own pace. But a partner may feel as if you are going too slow. When you golf alone, you control the rhythm of play so it suits your needs better on any given day. Just make sure to keep up with the group ahead of you so you don’t hold up other golfers’ tee times.

Go to The Course on Your Schedule

You may get the spontaneous urge to grab your golf bag and drive to the course. You can do this when golfing alone. You don’t have to find out what other people’s schedules are so you have to set up a tee time that works for everyone.

Get Across the Course in Your Own Style

Golfing alone also allows you to engage in walking golf if you desire. If you travel in a group, certain players may want to use golf carts to drive across the green. This causes the group to become separated as other players would have to wait for you to catch up.

Concentrate on Your Golf Practice

If you golf alone, it will give you time to practice on certain holes or shots several times. All you have to do is drop extra balls and then you can do different types of swings. You would not be able to have such an opportunity if you are playing with other golf players. While golfing alone, you can also spend some time at the driving range without another person’s agenda or time constraints.

There are many benefits to going to the golf course by yourself. So you shouldn’t get discouraged if other players in your group cancel at the last minute. Instead, just grab your golf clubs and head out by yourself. You may find that you enjoy hitting the course as a solo golfer on certain occasions