When you play golf, how to you evaluate your round. It’s easy to assume by score or by comparing your score to what others in your foursome shot. Well, that’s just not realistic. To be successful or just simply improve, you need to set goals and have realistic expectations based upon your age, physique, skill set, experience, etc. Unfortunately, many golfers to not set goals and it’s fair to say most of us do not have realistic expectations of how we should score. I know I am guilty of that.
In episode #15, PGA Golf Professional Josh Boggs joins the podcast to talk about setting goals and having realistic expectations. More importantly, we are going to talk a lot about how and why your goals should be in line with your expectations. Josh shares some great nuggets about the physical and mental swing that golfers of all skill sets can benefit from.
What You’ll Learn:
- What is a goals
- How to set goals
- What are expectations
- What are realistic goals and expectations
- The difference between confidence and expectations
About Josh Boggs:
I am a graduate of the New Mexico State University and their PGA Golf Management Program. Shortly after graduation I was hired as the Head Professional at Westchester Golf Course, at the young age of 22. I have now served in that position for five years, gaining experience very rare for someone my age.
I have a strong passion for developing golfers and have had the opportunity to work with players of all ages and skill levels. I’m a goal based coach, centering all of my training around accomplishing the specific goals of my players. To enhance my coaching I have become certified by US Kids Golf and the SeeMore Putter Institute. Additionally I’ve served as the Varsity Assistant Golf Coach for the Canal Winchester Girls Golf Team for four seasons.