Play Better Golf Now
To play better golf is the lifelong pursuit of every golfer on the planet. Why else would we subject ourselves to one of the most humbling games (sport) ever? I mean, how many times have you come off the course ready to give it up? I’m dead serious! You drive home saying never again! But…you go to the range the next day, or even the same day, after you’ve cooled down. Man, what a glutton for punishment! Just hours before, you got totally humiliated, and now you’re back for more. The vicious cycle a golfer goes through every season. So let me guess. You’ve bought equipment (lots of it).
Taken lessons. And pound hundreds of balls every week. Am I close? The 6 million dollar question is…have you gotten better? Are you happy with your game? Are you driving it as far as you’d like? If not, what now? There’s only one thing left. YOU! You’re body is keeping you from the game of your dreams. The game you know you’re capable of playing.
Doesn’t that make sense? If you’ve tried all the above and still are not satisfied. Here’s what you have to do…immediately! Diagnose your limitations. Is it strength? Is it flexibility? Or how about stamina? You know it’s a strength issue, if your swing mechanics are good, but you’re not hitting the ball any amount of distance. It’s a flexibility issue if you if you can’t perform consistent swings with proper mechanics. And it’s obviously a stamina issue if your back nine is worse than your front nine. Once you come up with your personal limitations, you’ve got to set up a program, or search one out that will get you on the right track and not hurt your game. Working on your limitations will get you the quickest results, in the shortest amount of time. You’ll be amazed at how much better your swing is and how much farther you’re hitting the ball. Your golf will become enjoyable again, and you’ll wonder why you didn’t take this approach years ago. Remember, it’s NEVER too late to start! NEVER! So get to it right now and start to play better golf!.
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