AN E-BOOK BY JOHN
Improve and reach your goal of
AN E-BOOK BY JOHN J. Roethlin
Improve and reach your goal of “Breaking 90!”
Are you already playing for some time and still not able to score less than 90 shots in normal conditions?
What would need to change so you finally will? A miracle?
To get better, you need to change…
The 4 Stages of (in)competence
Getting stuck in the Stage 1 is the main reason for not breaking 90.
Not age or lack of practice.
You have no clue…
But you don´t know it!
you don´t look for the right help, trying ¨tricks¨and shortcuts¨, listening to advices from friends
and getting stuck with a 20 something handicap (if you are talented) or higher (if you are not).
You have no clue and you know it.
Now you have the chance to look for the right information and find the help u need to get better.
With that attitude you can reach any level of play (depending on the work and time you are investing)
You know what to do and as long as you can stay focused, you play great.
Low amateurs and professionals.
A passion for Golf
This book may change your life.
“Golf Elementary” builds a solid FOUNDATION,
PHYSICALLY and MENTALLY, TO PLAY CONSISTENT GOLF
READ THE BOOK FROM JOHN
START WITH THE FOLLOWING POINTS AND GET BETTER…
Consistency is the “Holy Grail” of golf. Every serious golfer is chasing it, most (even professionals) fail. But what is considered “consistent”?
Is hitting 60% of the fairways consistent? I don’t think so!
But this is the percentage, the average Tour Player hits the fairway (with Driver, Fairway Wood or long Iron)! Nobody hits 80 % or more which could be considered of somehow consistent, when the misses are not in the trees or O.B. So what about “confidence”?
Most golfer says: “I have to be more consistent, then I will have more confidence!”
I say, try it the other way around: when you address the ball and you are confident to hit the fairway, you will surely be very soon as consistent as possible!
While for the Tour Player a missed fairway is only a challenge, which is not affecting his confidence, the same missed tee shot is lowering and finally killing the confidence of a golf player with a higher handicap.
Conclusion: Use a club you are confident with, then you will be consistent soon.