In their desperate search for golfing greatness many golfers fail to acknowledge the simple fundamental that underpins all golf success. The lowest golf score wins golf tournaments...
“Any intelligent fool can make things bigger and more complex... It takes a touch of genius - and a lot of courage to move in the opposite direction.” - Albert Einstein
There’s certainly nothing wrong with having people help you to be the best you can be is there? Well, I’m not so sure.
"Are modern golfers brave enough to do what our great golfing forefathers of the past did, and move away from the popular way of doing things and find their own way to golf success?"
The pathway to success at golf can be as easy or as complicated as you want it to be. You can focus all of your energy everyday of your life on searching for the best way to lower golf scores or you can focus on the best way to become too technical and mechanical.
If your point your attention consistently towards a simple route to lower golf scores you will get there faster than if you decide on the route of focusing on the bigger and more complex aspects of golf like perfecting your golf swing technique.
The Seventy Percent Rule
Your goal should be to get at least seventy percent of your greenside golf shots within 6 feet of the hole. When you practice your putting seventy percent of your putting practice should be from inside fifteen feet of the hole and your goal is to hole seventy percent of your putts within this distance range.
This simple approach to lower golf scores will work as it’s precisely what the great golfers did to lower their score averages and become more competitive.
Remember it takes a lot of courage to move in the opposite direction to everyone else.
Do you think you have the courage and conviction to do that?