October 6, 2014
This will sound familiar, I am sure of that. But it's a good reminder that after a season of golf where you might not have reached your goals, you might need to change things up.
Make A Plan
Yes, it sounds simple but most of us say we want to get better and then quickly fall off task as we don't have a plan. In most cases the best way to find a way forward it to have a skills assessment done with a coach (yes, you'll need one of those) who can determine aspects of your game that are hurting your score. You can then determine a course of action to resolve them. Measurable goals and objectives related to them will help your path to success.
Get Equipment Fitted - Properly
This does not mean run out and buy all new equipment - although you may need to add to your repertoire. See an experienced club fitting specialist who understands the golf swing to make sure you are getting the most from your equipment. An issue as simple as an incorrect lie angle on your irons or a poorly fitted loft on your driver can rob you of many, many strokes.…
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