Early Season Focus: Improving My GIR

Early in each year, I like to find an area of my game to focus upon in order to have build the foundation for success. I have to admit, improving my GIR is rooted in last year’s goals and I want to continue to improve lowering my golf scores. Additionally, I have discussed this statistic with Brian Penn from All About Golf and we both agree that increasing our GIR percentage should be at the forefront of most golfers goals. Hence, GIR is my early season focus!

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There is Not Going To Be A Perfect Time to Fix My Golf Game

The number of times I made excuses for not fixing my golf game is almost countless. I can always find a reason why it is just not the right time to make that much needed adjustment. These excuses creep less into my mind lately than they did years ago, yet I cannot help thinking how much time I wasted making excuses not to fix my golf game.

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Do Old Golf Habits Make Sense or Hurt Your Golf Game

I read many quotes, stories, reports and articles over the past bunch of years. I continue to learn and try to absorb the knowledge of others and yet I feel that I still have a huge whole in what I want to know about golf! It seems that the more I read, the more realize I do not know. Do you ever feel that way?

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On The Golf Course Do You Have Character?

Do you have character on the golf course or are you a character on the golf course? They are two entirely different things and will make a tremendous difference to your playing partners. Personally, I would prefer to have the former than be the latter. I think it is important to exude an air of gentlemanly confidence that does not annoy the other players in our group.

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