In today’s fast paced, instant gratification society, it only makes sense that many amateur golfers are looking for a quick fix to improve their golf game. I would lie if I did not think this from time to time, but most long-in-the-tooth golfers understand that this approach to improving as a false trail leading to disappointment. However, quick fixes can provide a start point to improvement through only one process. Can you guess what it is?Continue reading
Not much on my mind today expect these:
I hope you are having an awesome Saturday!
Remember to create the day you want.
I am a grateful golfer! See you on the links!
With three 9 hole rounds under my belt, I completely understand why golf is a challenge. For the most part, I am playing poorly with some glimmering shots of hope. And to make things worse, I did hurt my elbow and have to take a few days off to let it heal. So what else could go wrong, I mean really! Does any of this sound familiar? If it does, perhaps I need to revisit why I play golf.Continue reading
Course management is an important aspect of any golf game. Understanding the proper time to attempt an aggressive shot was built through previous successes and failing at some of the more riskier shot selections. It can be studied, but until you actually put your studies into action, you will never really understand which course management method will work best for you. I use a course management process that is both aggressive and passive during the same round.Continue reading
Most golfers want to shot the best score of their lives every time they hit the links. I am no different. I strive to shoot par are lower each time I play, but alas I rarely accomplish this feat. It is not because I do not have the skill or desire, it usually happens because I fail to keep the ball in play. This is my Achilles Heel and I know it!Continue reading