Leishman, Golf Professional - Instruction Information
PUBLIC LESSON RATES
(All instruction is done on the golf course - where the game is played.)
the Pro - Redefine Success
There are many factors which contribute to success on the golf course, relative to the player’s ability. Fairways hit, greens hit, putts per round and up and downs. For the touring professional, this should ultimately be measured by how many quality birdie opportunities they have. A round of golf with 10 good chances at birdie - regardless of the score - should be considered a success.
Make an effort to look at the areas that prevent you from having chances, be they at birdie (low handicap), par (mid handicap) or bogey (for higher handicap players). When you play your next round, pick another gauge of success other than score. You’ll find this is a surprisingly difficult task. But it should help you to lower scores - and have you leaving the golf course feeling more upbeat and energized than when you started…ready to look at practice with a defined set of goals - and clear areas to improve on.
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