The start of a new school year presents unique challenges for golfers who are trying to balance their class work, responsibilities at home, and their golf commitments. If your son or daughter is fortunate enough to play competitive golf on a high school team, then the task is even more daunting.
Thanks to years of experience in dealing with this situation with my own children and with hundreds of students, I have some recommendations for your son or daughter that might help them get the most out of their limited practice time.
b. Reach for it.
c. Evaluate the gap between the target and the reach. (In other words, record your results.)
d. Return to step one.
Being great is hard work, and the task is even more challenging when time is limited. Our students know that the steps detailed above are the keys to their success and they work closely with their coaches to “pursue better on a daily basis”.
Jeff Isler shares his observations, insights, and experiences on the game of golf and those that play it at a high level.