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End of the Golf Season… Now What?

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Fall has arrived in New England; Days are getting shorter and sadly, the end of the golfing season is approaching.  So…now what?

Bay Club Golf Professionals suggest putting together a “golf play plan,” to help golfers stay motivated for whatever is next on their calendar.  Depending on what that includes, this plan will differ from person to person.  However, this is a useful exercise for all, no matter your skill level.

When creating a plan, consider the following:

  1. Evaluate the past season
    • Did your handicap or average scores go down/up?
    • What were your go-to shots this year?
    • What shots could use improvement for next season?
  2. Identify your “whys”
    • Why did you start playing golf and why do you continue?
    • “Whys” help motivate us to appreciate the game
  3. Think about your long- and short-term goals
    • What will you do to improve the following:
      • Weaknesses
      • Strengths
      • Mental game
      • Physical well-being

Whether you’re finishing your season here in the cooler temperatures, traveling to play in a warmer climate, or taking time off to rest following a great season, a plan of action will help improve ability as well as enjoyment for the seasons to come.

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Date: Tuesday, 13. November 2018 12:01
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