How To Play Better Golf Every time: Be Your Own Caddie
Alex Fortey of the Art of Simple Golf shares a very simple golf tip and lesson that will cut the scores every time whether you are wanting to break 80, 90, or even 70.
Learn how to play better golf by being your own caddie.
What does that mean? It means you are in your own corner as an advisor, confident booster and deciosion maker.
For example to be your caddie you can;
- Pick your self up after a bad shot or hole
- Choose the right club for safety
- Warm up properly
- Read the green correctly
- Smart choices on the course
So to see a very instant and drastic change in your consistency on the course and the scores you are shooting, be your own caddie.
Our goal is to get golfers playing more consistent golf, hitting longer drives, shooting lower scores, feel better, play better, and enjoy golf, once again.
It’s no secret that golf has become an over-complicated game for players and coaches alike, you only need to do a quick search online for golf backswing tips and you will be bombarded with, one plane and two plane golf swings, training aids, DVD’s and equipment that promises to give you the “Perfect Golf Swing“.
The over complicated swing instruction methods have your best interests at heart, but as I alluded to earlier, they are still stuck in the “golf instruction paradigm blindness” and only give you what the industry dictates again and again.
But success leaves clues and that is why we need to learn from other activities and sports that perform the same supposedly complicated task of striking a ball or hitting a specific target without the complicated golf lessons you think you need.
At Simple Golf, we believe Golf is a metaphor for life.
Things should feel natural, enjoyable and feel like you are progressing steadily, without stress, pain or needing hours upon hours of suffering to get things right.
This does not mean easy, it just means simple.
My name is Alex Fortey
And this is The Art of Simple Golf
This is Golf. Simplified.
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