Don’t play the same course repeatedly, variety will improve your game Playing different golf courses isn’t like cheating on your spouse. Seeking out and playing different golf courses is actually good for your game. Don’t think of it as being disloyal, think of it as being good for you game. No matter how good a course, playing it repeatedly diminishes the challenge and the repetition can put you into the rut of routine. You know the yardages, you know the slopes and the contours. To get better at reading distances, hitting from different lies, and learning course management on a variety of courses, you must play a variety of different courses. Discovering and playing golf courses that you did not know even existed in your state, courses that are often only a few hours away from your home will not only improve your game, but will also expand your fascination and interest in golf. There are a number of great web sites that will help you find nearby courses. These include golflinks.com, golfadvisor.com and my favorite, www.GolfCourseRanking.com, North America’s most authoritative web site. This site has everything in one spot including the most accurate course directory, course photos, descriptions, maps of the courses with ability to see other courses in a 10, 20, 30, 40, 50 or 250-mile radius. With modern technology it is easier than ever for golfers to discover nearby as well as distant golf courses. www.GolfCourseRankig.com was created by golfers, for golfers to easily find and read reviews to help them select their next “new” golf challenge. Golf Tee Times, are also available at all our recommended sites. They are definitely convenient. They also help save money and time and avoid the dilemma of showing up at a course only to find that there are no tee times available. Before you head out and play your next game, it is also important to ensure that you understand golf etiquette as well as the key fundamentals of the rules of golf. www.GolfCourseRanking.com provides 200 rules quizzes where you to golf scenarios pertaining to situations requiring a ruling. After reading the scenario, you take a multiple choice quiz to answer the question. The quizzes help you learn the rules in a, dare I say it, fun format. Check out www.GolfCourseRanking.com. You will enjoy the website, probably expand on the number courses you play, have more fun and increase you golfing skills. These are all good things. Hit um straight. Golf Advisor offers course reviews and ratings across the U.S. and the world, helping you find courses reviewed by golfers for golfers........was not trying to promote golf advisor.