Are you a frustrated golfer?

There I was, a struggling, frustrated, felt like I️ was wasting my time golfer. trying to grind and hit balls and play my way into lower scores.

The thing is, at the time I was making my practice time purposeful so I️ could shoot lower scores.

The big problem was that I️ would practice great but struggled to take it to the course.

I was close to going insane… You now trying the same things expecting different results…

I was about to quit playing.

That meant I️ would lose my social network, my confidence, my enjoyment of solidly struck shots, of collecting money from my competitors and taking my wide out to dinner, pulling money out of my wallet instead of putting money into my wallet after matches.

All Lowered my motivation to practice and my scores went up.

Then, as if by chance, something amazing happened…

I changed the way I️ trained and incorporated assessments, games and exercises into my training regimen.

My scores began to drop.

I began to play with confidence.

I started having fun again.

I️ felt creative rather than bored while practicing.

I️ achieved my goals and left the practice facility confident and excited for my next round and tournament.

I dated my wife more!

Instantly it became crystal clear to me how to Gamification my training and benchmark my improvement. , because I saw I was able to practice less, achieve more and walked away from the practice facility confident and excited to play my next round.

My plan was to start taking the skills assessments.

So I started Playing and keeping track of my scores.

But we didn’t stop there.

We then compared my scoring ability to the benchmarks.

After that, we played games until I achieved my benchmark level.

Building on that success, we decided to Share with my golfing friends and coaching clients.

We call it “The Golf Achievement Way”.

With The Golf Achievement Way I can now Play golf with confidence… and date my wife;)! And that’s why I’m so excited to share this with you so you can get these types of results too!

9 thoughts on “Are you a frustrated golfer?”

  1. Looking to schedule a 90 minute session. Have not played in 3 years and this spring cannot even get the ball in the air. Frustrated is not a big enough word. Not sure I successfully left my contact info.

  2. Does your blog have a contact page? I’m having trouble locating it but, I’d like to send you an email. I’ve got some recommendations for your blog you might be interested in hearing. Either way, great website and I look forward to seeing it improve over time.

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