See whether pars are the the stars for you this month
January 20 - February 18
This month will greatly utilize your social skills. You may meet some new faces on the course or run into some old ones. Remember to put on a smile and appreciate the community golf brings together.
February 19 - March 20
Don't be afraid to seek out a new teacher or advice to help you improve your game. There are many around to help you and don't be shy about asking for help. A new perspective could help you correct the aspects of your swing you never noticed before and open you to a new understanding of the game.
March 21 - April 19
Continue to work through the few frustrations you may face this month and remember to take initiative, try to limit procrastinating on practice, and finally, remember to watch out for negative thoughts or actions on the golf course. You never know who you may encounter along the way and you only get one chance at a first impression.
April 20 - May 20
Remember to not get too swept up in work this month. Make time to head out to the golf course with friends or family and use golf as a chance to get away from your daily stressors. A breakthrough in your game is sure to come, so hold on and don't stress the small things.
May 21 - June 20
Your poise will serve you well on the golf course this month. Carry this over into your life off the golf course as well, and soon you will see similar results. You have solid instincts, so remember to trust yourself as much as you do on the course when you're away.
June 21 - July 22
This month looks promising for the loyal golfer. Try to remember to take in advice from the others in your playing group and instructors. You may shine in a clinic or scramble, but you might not seem the same results when you're practicing on the driving range. Remember to continue to work hard and leave yourself open to accepting help from others.
July 23 - August 22
This month, take a step back to review your game. Towards the end of the month, you may be faced with a challenge or frustrating situation, but remember to remain cool and collected, and you will pull through and finish strong on the course.
August 23 - September 22
Try to really focus on yourself this month. You have been working hard and taking some time to play by yourself, doing an activity you enjoy could be just the thing you need to clear your head.
September 23 - October 22
Your swing will begin to improve this month, but remember to get out of your head and take some time to appreciate the beauty around you. You may run into some new faces but don't shy away from forging new relationships on the course. They may come back to support you in the future.
October 23 - November 21
Remember to get out and play during these hot summer weeks. You may find yourself busier than usual this month, but golf will be a great outlet to clear your head. Ditch the golf cart and take a walk around to really take in the beautiful surroundings of the golf course.
November 22 - December 21
Your patience may be tested this month as storms are brewing and the course can get backed up. However, remember to infuse your great sense of humor or uplift your spirits around you. Really remember to appreciate the game and grab a drink to relax and appreciate the round you played.
December 22 - January 19
Don't forget to let loose a little this month and enjoy what's happening around you. Feel the wind on your face in the golf cart and accept the great satisfaction after a solid shot. The clubhouse will be a great spot for you to stop after your round to unwind with a drink and the company of your friends.
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