Can you point a finger on why you play golf? Is it the beautiful courses? The thundering sound of a long and straight drive? Or is it a clutch lag putt that drops to save PAR?
For me it’s all of these things and more. Unfortunately golf instruction seems to have lost its passion for the game. The core of golf still is (and always has been) to get the ball in the hole in the fewest possible shots. It’s not about having the most beautiful golf swing or about learning how to imitate certain positions and angles with your golf club or body.
The 3 Commandments of a Good Golfer
If you want to enjoy the game while becoming the best golfer you can be, you came to the right place. Instead of repeating old golf tips endlessly, Good at Golf follows the 3 commandments of a good golfer:
- He always practices golf shots not his golf swing.
- He is a serious student of the game.
- He sees golf as a series of challenges. Having better solutions to these challenges leads to better scores.
It’s Your Choice
Do you want to look pretty with a cookie-cutter golf swing or do you actually want to transform your game to become the best golfer you can be?
It’s your choice.
Good at Golf is the place if you want to learn the game inside out and honor your journey while doing so.
For starters I encourage you to subscribe to my free newsletter and check out my blog. There you’ll find a lot of no-nonsense golf instructions that goes beyond simplified swing tips and useless golf gibberish, empowering you to play the best golf of your life.
About the Author
Greg is a junior golf coach and currently living with his wife and son in Berlin, Germany. He is the author of 120 Timeless Golf Lessons. Greg loves to play golf, as much as teaching it, science fiction movies and classical music.
“Enjoy the game and go hit some!”