I developed a fondness for golf at age 10. I played on the high school and
collegiate teams managing to be a mid-to-upper 70's shooter. Then, much
like every other amateur golfer, I hit a plateau. I was shooting the same
scores within a range, over and over again. I wasn't able to breakthrough
to shoot lower scores. I, just like you, had 2 choices.
Choice 1: I could accept my fate as a golfer, let myself believe I wasn't able to be fixed, believe that for the rest of my life I would always shoot higher scores, and that I had reached my prime.
Choice 2: I could find the right coach and right training system to help me understand my problems to get the results I've always wanted, which was to shoot under par at least once before I died.
Fast forward to post college. I worked in IT for several years as an intern
and as a career. I would watch the clock count down everyday until it hit
4:00 PM. Then I was out the door and on the first time before
you could blink but I still shot in my range of 78-85.
Next, I took the first step, accountability. I convinced myself that nothing
was going to change unless I personally did something about it. So I chose Choice
2. I left my IT career, packed up my life, and waived goodbye to the golfer I
was. My new journey to play better golf started when I enrolled in golf college
at GAA Orlando. The experience and training I received there took my handicap
from a 12, down to a 1 in just 12 months! After that, I was an intern for Hank
Haney's company in Hilton Head Island and then I became a Certified Instructor
with the Jim McLean Golf Schools in Texas. That's 2 of the top 5 instructors in
the world at one point in time. But even then, after I was surrounded by these
great instructors and their great players (most were top ranked juniors and Tour
pros), I had yet to truly learn and understand "how to help the average golfer
shoot lower scores". I saw amateur golfers, Joe Schmo's and Sally Smith's alike,
take 1-hour lessons week after week. Their swings got prettier but their handicaps
never got better. Their scores never got lower. The results just weren't there
after spending hundreds of dollars on "instruction", not "coaching".
"Coaching", that was the key. I discovered "how to help the average
golfer shoot lower scores" in January 2017 when I met my mentor and good
friend, Will Robins. He called it The Scoring Method (TSM). When I personally
trained with Will and his coaches to learned TSM for myself, the results were
astonishing. It was the solution to all my years of struggling as a junior golfer,
a collegiate golfer, and the IT guy. It was the plateau breaker.
TSM is now the foundation upon which I teach my students. The concept is
simple to understand and easy to implement. However, when the student is
ready, only then will the coach appear. Meaning, there is a mindset that
comes with TSM, one that if you accept and commit to, allows me to guarantee
you results. This was part of my struggle and mistakes as a golfer. I always
thought I could figure it out. I was always so close to getting better. I didn't
want or need an teacher. Then I realized, those were all based on my fear of failure.
I finally let down the wall to bring out my golf pains and my golf problems.
I was able to see the light, take hold of it, and be healed on the golf
course. Golf became fun again. I was happier on the course. My scores improved.
If you're reading this, you more than likely have a golf problem. Maybe
you've plateaued, maybe you're not happy on the course, or maybe both. If you're
shooting in the 100's, 90's, even the 80's, I have the solution for you. Are you ready
to commit to it?
First and foremost, I am a Golf Coach, not a Golf Instructor. I provide my students
with solutions to their golf problems and get them results. Listen, I've played golf at
all levels, from juinor golf to collegiate, and even some professional events.
I've taught with and was mentored by some of the top golf instructors in the world.
The most important thing I've learned from my experience is this... if a golfer is
provided with a simple and easy to understand structured plan, then taught with the
tools and mindset needed shoot lower scores, they will SHOOT LOWER SCORES!
I expect my students to get RESULTS, period. While 1-hour private golf lessons
can help the process of improvement, they are by no means the ultimate answer to lowering your
golf scores. There is more to the golf puzzle
and I want to share that information with you. I specialize in guaranteeing lower scores for my students.
How many strokes? It depends on several factors, some of which are the student's level of responsibility,
their ability to commit to goals they have set, and the their time reserved for practice.
My students are held to a high level of accountibility and honesty within themselves. The
best way to grow in any area is by getting out of your comfort zone and tackling the challenge