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“How To Be A Scratch Golfer By Spring!
This is my favorite time of year for two reasons. One, it’s the Christmas holiday season, (of course Chanukah too!). The other, because it is a great time to reflect back on how you played golf in 2010 and what you’re going to do about in 2011. It’s time to take an honest assessment of what you did well, and need to maintain, and what you need to improve on over the winter so that you carve a few more strokes off your average from last year.
Notice I said HONEST ASSESSMENT! Teaching golf all day I see a lot of golfers who do not make an honest assessment of what the true issue is with their golf game. Golfers that gamble excessively like I used to as a kid, (because it was the best to make money when you’re poor like I was) look for the golfer who over reaches in his personal assessment. We used to call them our “sweet roll”.
This holiday season sit down quietly and take an honest look at your golf game this past year. Maybe you’re one of those patient consistent individuals that can religiously enter your stats in one of those software programs that calculates your averages of greens in regulation etc. I’m not, but I should. Of course I don’t play for a living anymore and most likely you don’t either.
I personally try not to get too technical. If you’re honest with yourself you know where your short comings are. Develop a maintenance plan for the things you did well and set up a game plan for improving where you need it most.
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