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Assessing Your Game
December 10, 2011Posted by on
Mother Nature has done an amazing job in postponing winter fornorthern state folks this year. But it soon will be that time of year again where the clubs get set aside for a period of time. I think this time is great to reflect on how your season went. Sit down and look at the goals you set for yourself. Do you or did you not hit them? Start asking yourself questions as to why those goals were not meet? Once you have those answers written down, you’ll either need to adjust them or find somebody that will help you achieve them.
Now I need you to look at those goals, questions and answers. Did any of them have a system in place that you could monitor the progression? How can you improve your golf game if you are not measuring it? I personally find it very difficult to improve if you don’t have a specific way of monitoring your progress.
I really like using ShotbyShot with my students. This provides students with indispensible data to not only track your progress but show you exactly where improvements are needed. Remember golf is more than just improving the full swing, it requires you to know exactly what area is costing you the most shots.