What if improving your golf improved your social experience playing the game? Think about it for a moment. How does that sound to you?
First, improvement doesn’t have to be a one-on-one experience. It can be a shared experience. Group or family coaching. A practice club. An excuse for 45 – 60 minutes hitting golf balls with friends and family and then a drink and possibly food together afterwards.
With a better game, there’s more fun and enjoyment. There’s an opportunity to help and encourage others. There’s the motivation to play and share the experience more often. And there’s no experience like playing golf with friends.
A better playing experience out on the golf course is great. It adds to everything: fulfillment, friendships, fun, fitness.