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Make A Time Management Plan To Achieve Your Improvement Goals

In golf, it is not how much amount of time you spend, but it how you spend your time! In this article, therefore, we will just discuss on a single matter: time. Only after understanding the analysis with perspective and providing some real feedbacks, we are now ready to sit down and arrange our time to improve the performance in each game. The detailed arrangement of the time in advance is important to maximize your chance every time you come to the front gate of the local golf club.

Anyone who has a true passion for this amazing game and wants to take their skills to the next level should make use of every second available in the most efficient and effective manner possible. In general, time is always the most valuable thing in this world. We all have social obligations, family, and time-consuming jobs. On top of all that, the emergency popes up and we are also limited by the daylight.

When I was creating the outline for a new article, it became obvious to me that a lot of my golfing students do not only use their available time sensibly but never really think the possibility of sitting down and outlining a game plan - a schedule for practicing that would make sense in advance. Therefore, I would like them who are really serious about improving their golf games to a higher level to take a paper and pen to create a detailed plan for the success in the incoming season.

Ponder those thoughts:

When I was creating the outline for a new article, it became obvious to me that a lot of my golfing students do not only use their available time sensibly but never really think the possibility of sitting down and outlining a game plan - a schedule for practicing that would make sense in advance. Therefore, I would like them who are really serious about improving their golf games to a higher level to take a paper and pen to create a detailed plan for the success in the incoming season.

Ponder those thoughts:

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    1. The golf player has to map out a schedule in detail each week. You need to understand that adjustments to particular time usage might vary based on some statistical changes during any periods of time.
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    2. Based on the descriptions of the statistical analysis, a golf player should assign his time to the weakest links that are receiving the most amount of time.

In general, there are 3 areas that you could help yourself in most cases, including:

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    1. Short game and range time at the golf club would assigned your skill drills.
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    2. At-home indoor exercises that you could do on these days when you could not get to your golf club. Here there is true value. Never let any day go by without reminding both your body as well as your mind of the motor skill functions that you are attempting to groove. Perhaps this is every A.M just before you go to work or every P.M only before you go to bed. Do not discount the benefits that a mere 15 or 20 minutes of a specific skill exercise could offer over the course of the whole season.
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    3. Design 2 or 3 drills that would perform easily while traveling. In other words, these are exercises that you might do anywhere on over the world. For example, in a train, at work, hotel room, or airline aisle. Have you get the message that I do not want any wasted seconds of any days, any weeks, any months?

When you are eventually sitting down and make your own time management program, it actually comes down to 3 simple questions as following:

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    1. What are your goals and targets for the next week, month, or year?
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    2. What should you do to get there (develop a detailed golf game plan)? Always be specific with your time management.
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    3. Which improvement do you want to achieve?

Following a precise game plan and managing your own time basically require a significant amount of your discipline. In other words, nothing good comes so easy. As said earlier, I will 100 percent make sure that if you actually sit down, make a well-thought-out as well as detailed practice schedule based on good statistical data and then strictly follow it, you will definitely improve in a short time.

A few important things when you are planning your proposed schedule of practice on paper:

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    1. Keep in mind to be realistic. Always set your own goals and design the schedule of practice in a way that would allow you to stick to your plan and have a good feeling about yourself.
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    2. Make a drill program that would improve all of your major weakness in a golf game.
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    3. As time goes by and you improve, you should be ready to adjust both the time usage as well as the drills when it plays out statistically. You will need to re-work the practice plan on a regular basis (weekly or bimonthly) when you make an improvement to an area while another aspect might falter.

The bottom line is that: “Practice doesn’t make perfect, but perfect practice does!"

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