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Why Our Golf Game is Not Improving

The average golfer is stuck. In spite of the most high tech equipment, more golf information at your fingertips than a normal person could absorb in a lifetime, and countless lessons from an instructor teaching the latest hot technique, the average golfer's handicap has not budged over the past 5 years. Something is wrong and something has to change if golfers are going to get better and have more fun on the golf course. Here are the reasons: 

 

​1. BAD INFORMATION

  • Much of the information being dissemintated is just wrong based on the latest research (thanks to TrackMan launch monitor)

  • Many golfers rely on tips from their friends that may work temporarily but seldom if ever result in lasting improvement

  • The rest of the information that is correct may not apply to you because of your anatomy and biomechanics (the way your body moves)

 

2. INCORRECT FEEDBACK

  • Golfers are very good at knowing the difference between good and bad shots. However, they tend to be very poor at diagnosing the real cause of their shots, regardless of whether they hit a good shot or poor shot. So on the range, golfers continue to "search" for the answer.

 

​3. FAILURE TO UNDERSTAND THE KEYS TO LOWER GOLF SCORES
 

​4. UNREALISTIC EXPECTATIONS ABOUT HOW FAR THEY HIT EACH CLUB
 

​5. POOR PRACTICE HABITS
 

​6. DON'T HAVE A GREAT PLAN FOR IMPROVING

 

 

"GOLF IS MORE FUN WHEN YOU ARE GOOD!"

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