Because of my small hands, my grip is too strong so Anthony decides to change it to a baseball grip. I get a blister, but my clubhead speed improves.
Two months into my 17 to 12 handicap challenge, I'm doing well. I'm planning on using my golfing holiday in Portugal to consolidate my swing.
The most annoying thing ever: after a spell of good golf, I develop a slice. Thankfully, Anthony comes to the rescue by channeling John Lennon again.
Tweaking my swing: the backswing is now much better, but I need to learn to open my clubface when I take my stance, as it's too closed.
The Dan Plan: can a non-golfer become a professional by committing to 10,000 hours of practice in six years?
I almost quit and I vow never to practice, then Anthony performs a Jedi trick to improve my swing and the world is a good place again.
My first lesson was about improving my swing, starting with my takeaway, and Anthony told me I needed to stop playing and get practicing #alreadyfrustrated
My putting is at best average and one of my problems is that I don’t hit the ball straight. This simple exercise is really good to improve that particular aspect of putting. Next week: chipping into...
I implement three tips to improve my scoring: line up my ball, use my pitching wedge instead of my lob wedge and slow down my swing. It pays off.
Defining a strategy with my pro to lower my handicap, with an added incentive for him.