Spatial awareness is an important part of golfing. Here is why spatial awareness in golf is such an important part of the sport.
Spatial awareness in golf
First, spatial awareness in golf enables you to create a mental picture of your target while looking at your ball and getting ready to take the swing. In other words, it allows you to focus with clarity on your target while keeping your eyes on the ball. Without this kind of ‘mental clarity’, the chances of missing your target are immense.
Another reason spatial awareness in golf is important is that while forming your mental picture of your target and keeping an eye on the ball, you also need to ensure you know where other golfers and spectators are. Without spatial awareness, you may not be able to assess correctly where others are, and you could end up sending your ball into a crowd of spectators or into the path of another golfer.
Golf balls are not only incredibly hard, they can also travel at speeds of around 80 to 90 mph. Being hit on the head by a golf ball at this speed could cause serious, potentially even fatal, injuries. Unless you are fully aware of where others are when taking your swing, you could also end up hitting someone with your club as you swing it back. This also could result in potentially serious personal injuries.
Hit by a ball or club
If you were hit by a golf ball or club, you may be entitled to injury compensation. You can make a claim if your injury was caused by another person and the incident causing your accidental injury occurred no longer than three years ago.
How to claim
To make your claim, you will need an injury solicitor. We, Accident Advice Helpline, are a law firm with more than 16 years’ worth of experience in getting people like you the compensation you are entitled to. Unlike claim management companies, we do not pass your claim on to others but have our own in-house solicitors handle it on a no-win, no-fee* basis. This ensures your claim process is hassle-free and will be conducted by a solicitor with years of experience in handling cases like yours.
Call an advisor
To get your claim started, have a chat with one of our friendly, helpful advisors. The numbers for our confidential, no-obligation helplines for UK landline and mobile calls are 0800 689 0500 and 0333 500 0993 respectively. Both lines are open 24/7.
Date Published: February 6, 2017
Author: Accident Advice