New Jersey Golf School - Step One to Step Two
By Brian Weis
Major swing changes do not work, at least overnight. Improving your golf scores, swing, and approach all take time. And much like the rest of your life, taking shortcuts will have you paying the price down the road.
In golf, there's a method to the madness. The smallest tweaks can have the biggest effects, and from one day to the next your problems might change. Being good at golf means minimizing fluctuation and approaching each shot consistently. For a new golfer, this is difficult. For an experienced golfer...yep, still difficult.
We can't always do it on our own. Scratch that, no one can do it on their own. After all, there's a reason professional golfers have a team of instructors that help them through every tournament. They have caddies, swing coaches, sports psychologists, and more. Golf is far from simple, but making things simpler is what makes a normal golfer succeed.
So, What's an Average Golfer to do?
A normal (non-professional) golfer doesn't need a full inner circle of professionals to assist in their golf game. I mean, it would be nice, but no, you don't need it-mostly because it's not your career and the game is meant for relaxation.
However, working with a golf professional is an affordable and realistic way of taking the small steps needed to become a better golfer. Golf instructors at a place like a New Jersey Golf School have been around the game and understand what it's like for golfers at every level.
If you want to improve your golf game, YouTube videos and self-guided range sessions won't cut it. You need more. You need professional instruction that will help you understand your own game and the logical areas you can focus on to improve.
But What do I do with a Golf Pro?
You talk, you listen, you work together. A golf pro will bring you to the range or out on the course to work on what you collectively decide are your greatest areas of need. You'll attack these problems in methodical way, one that keeps progress going, but never overwhelms you.
When you go all in at a golf school, you immerse yourself in the game. As such, your instructor can engage with you in a way they couldn't with a one-hour lesson. You don't need to do things on your own this way. Instead, you lay a foundation for sustained improvement.
Having someone by your side as you try to work in new movements and an adjusted approach hammers in the details. When you have an expert in the field right next to you, there's no guessing. Instead, you have instant feedback and won't stray too far from where you should be.
Off the Course
At a New Jersey Golf School, you even eat lunch with your instructor. You can talk golf; you can talk life. These programs put you in (heavily guided) control. Ask any golfer and they'll tell you they've had more than one major breakthrough in the 19th hole following a round. It's this type of detail and full access that you take small steps to advance your game without realizing it.
Just like there's a reason professional athletes watch film and analyze their game, there's a reason you recount every shot in the grille after a round. Details matter, and a good instructor helps you realize them.
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About: Brian Weis
Brian Weis is the Publisher of GolfTrips.com, a network of golf travel and directory sites including GolfWisconsin.com, GolfMichigan.com, ArizonaGolfer.com, GolfAlabama.com, etc. Professionally, Brian is a member of the Golf Writers Association of America (GWAA), International Network of Golf (ING), Golf Travel Writers of America (GTWA), International Golf Travel Writers Association (IGTWA) and The Society of Hickory Golfers (SoHG). In 2016, Brian won The Shaheen Cup, an award given to a golf travel writer by his peers.
All of his life, Brian has been around the game of golf. As a youngster, Brian competed at all levels in junior and high school golf. Brian had a zero chance for a college golf scholarship, so he worked on the grounds crew at West Bend Country Club to pay for his University of Wisconsin education. In his adult years, his passion for the game collided with his entrepreneurial spirit and in 2004 launched GolfWisconsin.com. In 2007, the idea for a network of local golf directory sites formed and GolfTrips.com was born. Today, the network consists of a site in all 50 states supported by national sites like GolfTrips.com, GolfGuide.com and GolfPackages.com. It is an understatement to say, Brian is passionate about promoting golf and golf travel on a local, regional, national and international level.
On the golf course, Brian is known as a fierce weekend warrior that fluctuates between a 5-9 handicap. With a soft fade, known as "The Weis Slice", and booming 300+ drives, he can blast it out of bounds with the best of them.
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