Opening Our Mind to A New Approach To Your Golf Game

If you are wondering on which is the best approach to fixing your golf game, the short answer is I do not know. Depending on what you are trying to improve, a quick search reveals millions of answers. However, there is one important thing that is required no matter what strategy you employ – start with an open mind! Yup, without the six inches of real estate between your ears free of clutter, it will be journey full of false trails.

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Do You Follow The Golf News?

There is always something ‘golf focused’ to read regardless of its value. I realize that the news media, public relations, and players themselves try to generate interest on a plethora of topics. Personally, I find most of the information provided to be white noise because I am not interested in the daily happenings of the golf world that does add to my daily life. I realize this might seem harsh, but over the years I found that getting caught up in the minutia detracts from things that are actually important to my golf game.

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Does Your Opinion On Golf Actually Count?

I often wonder if my opinion on golf related issues is worth ink used to print it (old school analogy). I read a great deal of articles and advertisements relating to new golf equipment, rule changes, and the comings and goings of professional golfers. Through all of this, I try to keep an open mind and stay in my lane. Sometimes, I feel that one voice in the social media expanse has zero to no impact on the golf industry. And yet, I keep writing and talking about the sport I love to play.

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Are Professional Golfers As Good As We Think?

I often wondered if the average professional golf is as good as we think. As a steady 5 handicap player, I think I have some game. I understand that I have some weaknesses and continue to strive for lower scores. However, the average professional golfer has challenges as well and goes to great lengths to be a more competitive player. Unfortunately, I have never watched a professional event live, but have watched enough on TV to make an informed decision.

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