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Old 02-01-2013, 01:41 AM
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CBoyle CBoyle is offline
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Join Date: Aug 2012
Location: Pittsburgh,PA-Columbus,OH
Years Playing: 2.2
Courses Played: 15
Throwing Style: LHBH
Posts: 127
I set small goals for myself and each time I attain the goal I set another one. I set a goal to reach under par at my local course and I achieved that after 5 months of playing this game. Now I set a goal for myself to get under par at another local course that is significantly harder. I am getting closer to attaining this goal and that helps keep me motivated to get better. In the future I have goals to play in certain tournaments and eventually get to Open. I like setting the small goals because it keeps my expectations realistic and allows me to progress at a nice pace. Right now I have been working on my putting and I am expecting to get much better. I practice inside almost daily with a sheet hanging from my arch that's tied to make a pouch. I drain almost 50 putts daily from 5' to 10' just working on consistent releases and I'm seeing big improvements.
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