First of all, you should go see a coach, especially if you are a beginner. If golfing well means something to you then you should get lessons.
However, even WITH a coach almost all the work and almost ALL the revelations that you get will be from DOING IT YOURSELF. This is an effective 4-step roadmap to getting better at golf by yourself.
4 STEPS TO GETTING BETTER
STEP 1. Identify your BIG MISS.
STEP 2. Get and execute a feel Drill
Step 3. Build an Obstacle Course
Step 4. Do it ballistically and see whether or not it's changed.
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My Nephew Jack and I played at Timacuan Golf and Country Club with the legend Barry G who got us out there. Also Thanks to Big Dave the PROat TGCC for some great pointers (you guys will see in a future Video).
Note my Iron shot on the par 3 at the end of that video. It might seem like just another shot (straight low shot that came up 24 feet short of the hole) but I can assure you that took 1 year of dedicated effort to be able to hit that shot. I used to be only able to hit that shot with that kind of impact at 50 or 60 percent effort, more than that and the club would pass my hands well before impact.
Now, I can hit it with proper impact at about 85 percent effort and I think by the end of this summer I should be close to being able to have that kind of lag tension on even a 95 percent shot. Its a process but that was the most inspiring shot I've hit in a long time.
A lot of people have asked me this!
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