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.
If you’ve landed on this post and this podcast episode, chances are you need a little help with your putting. When it comes to putting deficiencies, the yips are all too common what cause those dreaded 3 jacks. And those 3-putts, even just one a round can cause us to lose some serious confidence in your stroke. If you’ve had your struggles or are currently trying to get your mechanics dialed in, you know exactly what I’m talking about.
For many of us golfers, playing better golf starts and ends with us (you). As your reading this and listening to this podcast episode, let me ask you this. Have you found the best you? Some of you may be asking, what does that even mean. In general, it’s about playing to your strengths and weaknesses. In this episode Top 100 Golf Professional Charlie King joins us to talk about finding the best you. Charlie explains how you can take your current set makeup, current swing and play better golf just by understanding you and playing to your strengths. Take a listen, we have a great show for you.