Has your day been filled with great happiness and joy?
I have another one. Why do you want to play golf?
In the 30 years that I have been teaching and playing golf competitively I’ve heard a number of answers to that question. There are a lot of good reasons to play but figuring out why you want to play is the key to finding success on the golf course.
Golf is a motor skill that requires discipline just like dancing or karate or playing a musical instrument. Success is individual.
Golf is a game of progression and purpose. You may be surprised how quickly you can get out on the golf course after you start lessons, but a solid game is built slowly, one shot at a time. With intentional practice you can improve your game, and deepen the happiness and joy in the rest of your life. Discipline and focus do that.
When we work together we’ll focus on the seven essential skills you need to build a solid game. We’ll create a practice plan and set goals together, including what success looks like for you and your definition of great happiness and joy. I look forward to working with you.
Keep it in the short grass.