Yes, I’m on social media and YouTube as much, if not more than you are. Not so much to look for help with my game, but always looking to see what other coaches and entities are sharing with golf consumers. Of course it feels good as a content provider to put something out there that gets tons of views and likes, but ultimately, getting better at golf is not sexy or miraculous. My thoughts…
I would certainly like a miracle cure for my bad shots and I’m sure you would too, but we know that’s not the way life works. There are no shortcuts and no golfer has ever shaved ten strokes off their handicap overnight. Sorry! Here are a few examples of what you might look to incorporate into your plan:
I’m going to commit to a stats plan and keep track of every round I play
I’m going to find three solid chipping drills and do them twice per week
I’m going to incorporate an alignment rod each time I hit balls on the range
I will blend more variety into my practice sessions
I’m going to commit to writing a practice plan and keeping a record of each practice session I have
Now you don’t need to include all of the above ideas into your plan, but one or two simple changes will give you a purpose and a simple plan for progress as you move forward. Be creative and thoughtful. Once you have created a sound plan, write it down, indicate the date that the plan expires, fully commit and enjoy the journey.
This is how you are going to improve! Of course, if you need help in building an in-depth and sound plan for your game, you know where to reach me.