Do you really need golf lessons – part five?

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“My golf swing is a bit like ironing a shirt. You get one side smoothed out, turn it over and there is a big wrinkle on the other side. Then you iron that one out, turn it over and there is yet another wrinkle.”Tom Watson

By Ian Hardie

In the post Do you really need golf lessons – part four? I discussed

The third most common type of golf lesson which I called player development

Most often the golfers that take this type of lesson have a technique that is already sound

And in actual fact the lesson will normally be a single point in time on a plan of improvement

That will be between a few months to a few years long

Having initially been worked out with their teacher to allow them to bridge the gap

Between their current and desired future performance level

The focus…

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