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.
Chris Burns Interviewed On The Defining Success Podcast.
Show subject: How to be King of Your Mental Domain
In this podcast I teach Zeb and his listeners about what it takes to be King of Your Mental domain. I also talk about my new book King of The Mental Swing. Book set to debut Friday May 1st.
When you think about playing better golf and taking your game to the next level, where would you start? I would presume your thinking one of three ways that might help you play better. 1) Get fitted and buy new equipment. 2) Take lessons. 3) Play and practice more. 4) Buy some training aids or gadgets. If you’ve played golf for more than a couple years, I’m going to assume that you’ve tried all of those things. If your a veteran to the game of golf, you probably don’t care to count the number of lessons you’ve taken and the amount of money you’ve spent in unwavering desire to play better.