Sam Jarman Golf
To realise your potential as a golfer, you need to understand two things:
You need to understand the game.
And you need to understand yourself.
There are plenty of resources to help you learn more about the game.
Websites, books, videos, golf instructors.
But if more information is the answer, why aren’t golfers improving?
Why aren’t they enjoying the game as much as they did when they first started to play?
There have been more words written about how to play the game of golf than any other sport.
If you want to learn about how to swing the club or how to hole more putts you don’t have to search very far.
Gaining more knowledge about the game is easy.
But is it really helping you play your best golf when you really want to?
Some golfers do improve.
We all know someone who seems to bring their ‘A Game’ more often than not.
Is it the golfer with the prettiest golf swing?
Is it the golfer who knows most about their backswing works?
Or is the golfer who understands themselves the best?
The one who knows their strengths and weaknesses. Who knows how they will react when the pressure comes on and the going gets tough.
The golfer who understands how their mind really works?
Who do You Trust?
I’m afraid I don’t have all the answers.
But actually, that’s a good thing.
What would be more useful for you?
Copying someone else’s theories? Or learning how to ask the right questions so you can come up with the best solutions for you and your golf ?
The current golf instruction model is based on taking someone else’s beliefs and trying to adopt them as your own.
How’s that working out?
Are you playing well consistently?
Are you enjoying your golf?
The greatest steps forward are always made when we trust our direct experience rather than the concepts and beliefs we have accumulated over the years.
Learn more about how you can begin this process.
Use the calender below to arrange a time for a chat.
Some Kind Words
“Just a quick note to say thank you for the lesson yesterday. It was great to talk to someone who knows as much about the mental side of the game as they do about the golf swing. I felt so much better on the course today and hit some really good shots.
Golf feels like fun again!”- Ken, Buckinghamshire.
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