Some truths about golf learning 

If you’re thinking about changing your golf swing or reworking your golf swing then please watch the video below.

Sean O’Hair makes some excellent points about learning and improving. The big thing here is that it’s often too easy to listen to others and place to much emphasis on what these people say. No matter how nice a golf coach is or how well meaning, he will never know more about your golf game than you do. So we all have to learn to trust ourselves more. Sean O’Hair gives you some excellent pointers on how to do so.

The bit I like the best is this:

What did I do when I was a kid? And do I like to play the game of golf?

O’Hair is fortunate he has made this learning breakthrough early in his career. For many, they don’t figure it out or not until they have completely destroyed their golf game. Your way is absolutely the best way to play and the chances are you don’t need that swing guru as much as you think you do.

Go play.

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  • Don Hutchison

    Reply Reply April 12, 2016

    Thanks for the email Cameron. I’d have to say you are preaching to the converted these days as I have listened to what you have said over the years and agree with your approach to the game. There was was something that came to mind as I read your note and viewed the video. I had asked my best friend what he thought about an operational matter. “Don’t ask me mate, who knows better than you”. That was a long time ago and now I’m 79 I wish I had applied his suggestion to my golf game a lot more. There ain’t nothin for nothin in this world and it is important one remembers that life is your journey and no one else’s. Most of us seem to think that there is a secret, a shortcut to getting better or to success. While one thinks that, life is not much fun.

    Thanks for your continued application to your learning beliefs.

    Don Hutchison

  • Ze Sir

    Reply Reply April 14, 2016

    Maybe practice improves your game, more or less?

  • Leon

    Reply Reply May 3, 2016

    Great points discussed. Young and old golf players should take note of this. Thanks for posting this.

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