5 steps to learning from the best in the business

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Let’s be honest: taking up golf can be a little overwhelming.

Too many novices grab some clubs, head to the range and find out that it isn’t easy to hit a golf ball. Discouraged that they aren’t on their way to becoming a scratch golfer in a month, many give up and vow never to return.

As a result, they miss out on the experiences that golf can provide, all because they won’t take a step back and exercise a bit of patience. So, if you are a beginner, you may be asking yourself: “Where is a great place to start? And who can help guide your way?"

To find those answers, follow this step-by-step guide to learning to play golf with a little help from the best PGA players on tour.

Jordan Fuller, who runs the website GolfInfluence.com, has taken a closer look at five of the best players in the game and identified what you can take from each of them into your own learning.

Hit the Next button below to get started. 

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