MOST of us have had to play in the rain quite a bit recently. Many golfers play a lot worse in the rain because they don't concentrate on their golf. They just want to keep dry and get in. To play well in wet conditions it is vital that you are compo

MOST of us have had to play in the rain quite a bit recently. Many golfers play a lot worse in the rain because they don't concentrate on their golf. They just want to keep dry and get in. To play well in wet conditions it is vital that you are composed and take your time. Dry your grips before you go to hit and make sure you take as much time as you would when it is dry and don't rush. You are going to get wet as it is impossible to hold a brolly and swing at the same time, so you might as well get wet and play well and be happy rather than play badly and be miserable.Happy GolfingMike Wilson, ProfessionalRoyal North Devon Golf Club(01237) 477598