Golf Improvement – What REALLY Matters!

My 2018 Promise To Golfers!

Golf Improvement - What REALLY Matters

Happy New Year!  Right before Christmas, I found the pictured really neat wall calendar from the BestSelf Company.  It allows you to see all of your major daily commitments in one place – love it!  

Last week I decided to put my “2018 Commitment Mantra” at the top of the calendar – it is What REALLY Matters.  To me this phrase captures everything that I am about in helping golfers through true custom club fitting and putting coaching and improvement – to help you find ways to Shoot Lower Scores.  

In truth, this mantra for me is just carrying on with what I hope I have always done in Game Improvement Golf.  It never hurts, though, to do a little recommitting to what is important.

I continue to be fortunate to have LOTS of help in being able to achieve this Daily Task in my business – through custom fittings, putting improvement sessions, and my blogs, podcasts, and newsletters.  At the start of the year, I want to thank…

  • All of my Assn. of Golf Club Fitting Professional (AGCP) custom fitting friends who I learn from almost daily to improve my custom fitting and custom club building knowledge skills.
  • David Orr and my many new putting improvement expert friends who are part of the Flatstick Academy Certified Instructor Community – all dedicated to helping golfers putt their best.
  • And finally, all of the great people I get to interview as part of the Golf Improvement Podcast.  How fortunate I have been to get to share their knowledge with all of you.

And finally to all of you readers – I hope you find your own path to playing Your Best Golf in 2018.  Part of that is knowing the truth about golf club and putting performance – thanks for trusting me to help you learn information to help you on your path to Lower Scores.

Bringing YOU The Custom Club Fitting Experience

Of Your Life – And Lower Scores ALWAYS!

TONY

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