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Hiand welcome!  How about some golf instruction tips and lessons to improve your game? is full of golf tips, golf instruction articles, information on golf schools and golf lessons, and a lot more for improving and enjoying your golf game.

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Some people believe it is best never to say "don't" in golf instruction. I'm not overly concerned about it, however, and love running roughshod over aphorisms like that. So here are a couple don'ts for you, especially relatively inexperienced players, which might help long term.

Don't take divots with your practice swings. It's bad form. Tearing up a bunch of beautiful turf without even hitting a shot? Even if you replace all of them, just think of the unnecessary turf that now needs to recover, not to mention the time it would take to replace more than one.

Don't take practice swings while someone else in your group is playing a shot. Your motion and sound may very well be an unwelcome distraction to them. Might as well jingle your keys in your pocket or whistle, etc.

But to finish on a positive, do, note: do replace your divots or fill-in with sand/seed mix as available, and repair your ball marks. We'll all thank each other for improved conditions.

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