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For anyone who has ever wanted to learn how to play golf, the first step tends to be visiting a driving range; however, while this helps in learning the very basics of the sport, there is nothing quite like the experience gained through immersion. Ditching the driving range for an 18-hole golf course is one of the most premiere ways to learn how to play golf.

If you live in Delaware, or are simply visiting the area, especially Newark, there are some great 18-hole golf courses to choose from. Public courses can be a nice way to enter into the sport when you first want to learn to play golf. Public golf is inexpensive, which can provide you with a no-stress environment in which you can experience the sport.

If you’re looking for a quality, well-groomed course where you can learn to play golf, it might be of interest to look into a course that features golf club social events. By going to one of these events, you can meet veteran golfers and learn the know-how about the sport. Most of them can provide you with information on golf events in the area, recommendations on golf equipment, premier golf courses around Newark, and golf tournaments you could either enter or spectate. Furthermore, if you meet the right connection and mention you’ve wanted to learn to play golf, you could even find a suitable teacher.

If you have little perspective on the sport of golf and are nervous about meeting veteran golfers, yet still want to learn to play golf, here are some icebreakers for meeting fellow golfers at such events:

  • 77% of all golfers are male
  • If a man carries his clubs while playing on an 18-hole golf course, he could walk upwards of 5 total miles
  • A 175-pound man who carries his clubs during an hour worth of golf play can burn up to 460 Calories
  • There were more than 1000 golf clubs in the U.S. by 1900
  • If you want to learn to play golf, it can seem rather daunting at first, especially if you don’t know any other golfers. Yet when put into the right setting, you can find the proper information, recommendations, and peers to get out on the greens and learn how to play in no time at all.