Gary A. Vela, M.D. – Driving Tips for Golfing Amateurs

When he is not busy with his work as a cosmetic surgeon, Gary A. Vela, M.D. likes to head out onto the golf course to play a few rounds. This helps him to relax and he often uses this time to socialize. Driving is a key component of golf and new players need to be capable of driving a ball off the tee to enjoy the game. If this is an area where you struggle, try to keep these tips in mind.

Gary A. Vela, M.D.

Head to The Range
To drive the ball well consistently, you need to focus on developing your technique. It is hard to do this when you are on the course as there is little possibility for repetition. By heading to a driving range you will be able to practice constantly, plus you may benefit from an in-house professional’s advice, if the range has one.

Forget Power
While power in the drive is important, it is something that you will develop over time. Swinging widely in an effort to hit the ball as hard as possible leads to sliced shots, missed swings and poor drives. Instead, focus on developing your technique so that you consistently hit the ball in the direction you intend. Once you have your technique nailed down, you can start working on developing your power.

Eyes On the Ball
Gary A. Vela, M.D. is an experienced golfer who is always keen to develop his skills. You should keep your eyes on the ball at all points during the swing. The smallest loss of focus could lead to a poor drive.

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Gary A. Vela, M.D. – Advice for New Pilots

Though he is currently not flying regularly, Gary A. Vela, M.D. is a qualified pilot who has enjoyed a lengthy passion for aviation. Learning how to fly is challenging, but it can be done as long as you commit yourself to it. This advice will prove useful to anybody who has just started learning and wants to get the most out of their lessons.

Gary A. Vela, M.D.

Learn On the Ground
Your instructor will be able to teach you a lot while you are in the air, but you need to back this up by doing your own studying when on the ground. This will allow you to develop a greater understanding of the planes you learn in, plus you will be able to pick up terminology and understand more about the concept of aviation in the process.

Pay Attention to Weather
Your instructor will be able to tell you if conditions are safe for flying, but it is still a good idea to get into the habit of checking the forecast before you head out. Understand your limitations and recognize that the weather can drastically affect your flight. Failure to do this can lead to problems developing while you are in the air.

Radio Communication
Gary A. Vela, M.D. is an experienced pilot who is well-versed in radio communications. This will be your primary means of communicating with people on the ground, so it is important that you learn how to speak efficiently and calmly over the radio. Keep practicing and listen to any advice you are given.