This is the final part of “9 Ways to Improve Your Golf on the Golf Course”.
This is a question for you and you are the only one that can answer it.
How good at golf do you really want to be?
This will depend on your desire to want to improve and how much time you have to apply to improving.
Be absolutely honest with yourself!
If you don’t have much of either, desire or time, then you can still improve your scoring but only to a level that you skill level can handle.
If you have the desire you will make the time to improve. In turn you will benefit from the effort that you put into all areas mentioned in the previous articles such as practice, improving your mental skills, improving your putting, improving your short game, working out what golf clubs you hit well, identifying your shot pattern and working with that shot pattern, understanding your game which will lead to improvement in your scoring.
As we all know you only get out of golf what you put into it!
My motto is “Work on the processes and the results will come!
To your golfing success,
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