Ryan Jacques 34
East Lansing, MI
My biggest problem is consistently sticking to and executing the same swing mechanics that I just worked so hard on at the driving range based on a recent lesson I watched, blog I read or book I just finished with highlights and corner page bends abound. I will do the research, take the notes, tell myself that I am committing to these 3 ( or 4 or 5) fundamental changes for the remainder of the season, put in a few practice sessions, take them to the course, fail to execute on the changes during a round or two, lose confidence in the resource, then go back to the drawing board. It's a vicious cycle considering the abundance of quick fixes at our finger tips today. I am forever asking myself 'how do I know what resource I should absolutely trust to improve my swing, how do I commit to that resource without distraction for a whole season and, most importantly, how do I most effectively incorporate the teachings from that resource into my practice routine (which I am always second guessing may also need major changes) and on the course in a repeatable way'.