Do you get frustrated when you play golf? I bet you do at times and I wonder if you've ever thought about why you get that way? For many aspiring golfers the answer is simple; "you try to perfect what should be allowed to happen."
Improving your golf like improving anything else is a process of trial and error. You will perform the golf skill incorrectly many times in order to get it right.
Trying to perform it perfectly without the trials needed is like attempting to swim the English Channel when you've been swimming a few laps in your home swimming pool each day. Not enough strokes to get you home!
You need to understand that there is a rigorous process that you will have to go through in order for you to master the particular skill, and this process involves just two things;
The perfection of your golf swing or any stroke in your game is NOT the goal and is indeed unattainable as the great football coach Vince Lombardi reminds us. However by continually improving your training process you will discover that the changes you're making to your technique will become easier to produce, especially when you need them the most.
All it takes is continuous effort for the right amount of time.
Lawrie and David