Fall Golfing Advice

155307265There are few things as relaxing as golfing in the fall.  The summer-time rush has calmed down and you can finally work on your golf game with no added pressure.  Fall is perfect time to play golf, enjoy the sport, and improve your game.  Here is some of our best golfing advice to keep in mind this season:

Take Advantage of the Cooler Weather

It may not cool down by much, but it’s enough to make a difference for so many golfers.  Golfers can practice for longer and get the most out of their golf outing when they’re not battling the blazing heat of the summer sun.  Improving your game during this season will only help you next spring and summer.


Many golfers don’t think they need to be drinking water, but this is a common and dangerous misconception.   Just because it’s not as hot as it was a few months ago doesn’t mean you shouldn’t be drinking plenty of water! You will need to rehydrate just as you would with any sport.

Try out different Clubs

It’s easy to get stuck using your favorite club for every shot.  You trust it and you know what to expect from your hit.  But, this often limits a golfer with so much potential.  Use your extra fall practice time to explore other clubs in your bag and really try to get the hang of using them all.

Also keep your eye open for equipment sales.  Many golf retailers want to clear out their inventory to make room for next year’s products.  This is a perfect opportunity for a golfer who wants to expand their club collection.

Enjoy the Scenery

Golf can be one of the most peaceful sports to play.  While you’re out on the course, take a look around and enjoy the scenery.  As you know, the leaves will only be changing for a short period of time, so make sure to catch the transition before it’s over!

These unconventional golf tips might not be what’s considered the norm, but they’re important to truly enjoy the game.  At Ross Bridge, our residents have the option to play on the Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail, on a beautiful golf course that stretches over 8,000 yards.  With a course like this one, it’d be hard not to enjoy every minute of your golf outing!