Don’t be in a rush

It can be easy to rush things when you’re first starting out. It’s easy to take lessons and over-think the game. Here’s Walking With Koda* podcast 101 that with some more thoughts…

* I said after 100 that online casino software it would be the last. Not sure what happened, but this morning I felt like talking for a bit. Will see where all this goes. I might do a few more when the opportunity presents itself…

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  • Grayden Provis

    Reply Reply June 10, 2014

    G’day Cam….I hope you told Nigel not to listen to the advice of his golf mates during his “trial period”. A bloke I used to play with used to say “you know you’re in trouble when your mates are giving you advice AND YOU’RE TAKING IT!!” 🙂

    • Cameron

      Reply Reply June 11, 2014

      You make a very good point GP. Should have warned him about that too – maybe add golf books, golf videos and golf commentary to the mix as well…

  • Lukey

    Reply Reply June 11, 2014

    Advice from others no matter how well meaning it may be is definitely a problem because it is usually what works for them which of course does not necessarily work for you.
    Cheers Lukey

  • Scott Barrow

    Reply Reply June 11, 2014

    Nice one mate, it takes a good man to walk his own talk. Especially when his job is to make money from “coaching” golfers. In actual fact that advice could’ve easily been charged for – terms of value for the customer.

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