May 29, 2018 at 08:44 PM
By Cris M
Apologies if there is already a thread for this. I just returned to golf after a 5 year layoff. Before the break, I was down to a 10 HDCP and will hopefully get back there; but I really want to get to the single digits this time around. I know this won't be possible without a lot of patience and work. My question is this: How do you find an instructor that is right for you; someone you want to work with "long-term"? There are a ton of instructors out there, but I really want to avoid taking a lesson with with who knows how many different instructors until I find a good fit.
Don OMadison, WI
Gabe BKansas City, Missouri
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Jerry MDallas, TX
Dino JBurnaby, BC
June 01, 2018 at 01:55 PM
Thanks. I agree on the flexibility point and appreciate the advice; but fitness isn't really a concern for me. My 5 year absence from golf was spent training for and racing triathlons. Re-finding a consistent swing and finding some semblance of a short game are what I really need help with. If I don't hit the green, I am pretty much doomed. Heck, even if I hit the green there is no guarantee I can 2 putt.
Dale VEscondido, CA
Haven't registered for Team Titleist yet?