Make it your own game.
My approach to coaching is very simple. I want the person I’m teaching to get as much enjoyment from the game as possible. Everyone plays golf for different reasons. My aim as a coach is to ask the simple question of WHY do you want to play golf and what do you want to get out of it?
I believe that golf is whatever you want it to be, there are few reason not to play. Golf doesn’t have to mean 18 holes and the entire day taken up. So many people I know just can’t commit entire days just to golf whether they are busy parents or busy business people who want to do business on the golf course but don’t want it to take all day. Life is SUPER busy, life is bursting with activities and opportunities. If I can help people find a way to fit this glorious game into their lives I will. heck out this article I wrote when I was lucky enough to be the development professional at the brand new Boundary Lakes, attached to the Ageas Bowl, home of Hampshire cricket and a stunning 18hole course. My goal was to re-write the game of golf to fit it in to women’s busy lives, whether the were in business or busy mums. I wanted golf to fit them rather than for them to fit into the traditional golfing mould. Here’s hoping I’ll get another opportunity to get a load of forward thinking women together in an equally forward thinking environment. Enjoy reading it, we had a LOT of fun in the first year the course was open before I went on maternity leave.
Let’s get golfing.
Get inspired and get into this fantastic game.