Over the years, I’ve continuously asked golfers their #1 weakness and what they wanted help with… and it hasn’t changed much over time.
So, what do they say?
Almost to a golfer… the answer is almost always more CONSISTENCY.
Consistency, defined by the dictionary is:
The good news is consistency can be EARNED.
Consistency isn’t something magical that just appears in your game from one tip.To attain consistency, you must be CONSISTENT in your practice and focus.
Sounds simple enough, and it is…. Yet, most golfers run around chasing their tails from shiny object to shiny object.
Social media has not helped things either…
I’m just going to be blunt… you have to cure Shiny Object Syndrome and IGNORE anything that can steer you off course.
Tip of the day shows are the worst… and while they mean well, they just aren’t helping anyone achieve the thing they most desire…
Magazines, unsolicited advice, a hot new swing being shown on the PGA Tour…
Consistency doesn’t like any of those things… and you won’t gain consistency chasing randomness.
Runner up to my question on what golfers need?
Short game accuracy.
Let’s take a deeper look at the definition of consistency:
“Conformity in the application of something, typically that which is necessary for the sake of logic, accuracy, or fairness.”
Pay attention to the keyword Accuracy.Consistency and accuracy go together like peanut butter and jelly.
Both can be achieved with a repeatable method.
A piston-like chipping stroke will lower your score tremendously.
Your new piston-like stroke will also yield laser accuracy.
If you’d like to develop piston-like stroke and pinpoint accuracy, learn more here:
Fairways and Greens,
P.S. Repeatability breeds confidence too.
Confidence reduces anxiety.
Less anxiety = better accuracy and consistency.
I call it the Circle of Consistency.
If you are serious about lowering your score…
If you have the desire to build a repeatable short game method…
If you love the sound of that crisp click of a well struck ball…
If you desire to have more tap in putts…