“Is there such a thing as a technically perfect swing? If there is, I have yet to see it.” – David Leadbetter
By Ian Hardie
In the article So it’s true – golf lessons actually can help you to get better at golf – part two! I covered the idea that of all the different golfers around the world who take golf lessons.
The golfers who always play better after a golf lesson are the ones who take the lesson having already created the expectation in their mind of improving afterwards, as part of a bigger or longer term picture – some people might even call their expectation a goal or a target.
Such as breaking 80 for the first time or reducing their handicap to a certain figure.
There are many different possibilities as you can imagine and you would be surprised to learn that this expectation of improvement is not limited to what most people would consider ‘good golfers’.
In fact, more often than not it’s the golfers who would be considered as ‘below average’ who exhibit this focus the most – as they have created a desire to work towards improvement or better performance to enable get them to a lower handicap with the assistance provided by golf lessons. Continue reading So it’s true – golf lessons actually can help you to get better at golf – part three!