Do you really need golf lessons – part three?



“We cannot teach people anything; we can only help them discover it within themselves.”Galileo Galilei

By Ian Hardie

In the post Do you really need golf lessons – part two?

I figured out that a golfer known as Old Tom Morris was

The first professional golfer to utter the words “I think I can help you with that slice, laddie”

Which stunningly enough is still the most common golfing complaint – 170 years later

In that time computers, mobile phones and robots have been invented

Humans have travelled faster than the speed of sound and out into space

We now have telescopes that can look back to what they say are the deepest reaches of space

Yet the main complaint that half the 100 million or so golfers on the planet have is still

That when they hit off the tee with a driver – their golf ball…

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