Golfers can be funny …
Golfers often spend a lot of money on:
- clothes for golfing
- golf balls
- quick fix gadgets
- and the golf round itself
Granted, some of the above are needed to play golf. But for some reason golfers won’t consider golf lessons that can actually make all of the above more enjoyable (less the golf gadgets). If you are a parent of kids, would you send them downhill skiing without a lesson?
For some reason, golfers (new or old) think all they need to do is dust off the clubs every spring and head out to the course. Even if you don’t want lessons, it is very beneficial to practice your swing. In the backyard or at a driving range. BUT … you need a routine.
Professional golfers have full time coaches so you shouldn’t be intimidated or embarrassed to take golf lessons. Every professional athlete has a coach.
My goal is to work with what you have (or don’t have). If you shoot 110 over 19 holes, my goal is to get you into the 100’s. If you shoot 100, let’s get you in the 90’s … and so on. Did you know the average golfer does not score less than 100?