Saturday, September 19, 2009

Golf Fitness Challenge

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Don't you think it's interesting that athletes in every other sport go on to break records like running (the four minute mile barrier) and baseball (record home runs), yet golfers still can't break 80, or even 90 after years and years of practicing and playing? I bet a few of you have yet to break 100 and haven't seen any rewards for the hours and hours of effort you have put in. Maybe you've read the same statistic we have. Did you know the National Golf Foundation reports the average male handicap is 16.2 and the average female handicap is 28.0.

But, here's the real problem. Did you know that these same statistics haven't changed for over 20 years? Yes, it's true. The average male and female golf handicap is exactly the same as it was way back then. Now, how the heck is this possible?

  • Is it because we don't have access to enough swing instruction information to help us improve?

  • Is it because we aren't seeing advances in equipment, balls or technology so there is no way to get better?

  • Or maybe we don't have good role models on today's tour to set good examples?

Surely you don't believe any of those three are true. Maybe, just maybe, it is the opposite...

Maybe there is just too much technology and too much information and no way to know how to process it...and maybe, just maybe...

There are too many golf fitness and exercise programs and it is simply too confusing to try and choose one. In fact, here is what one of our readers and avid golfers Gus Mestak asked...

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In the process of this confusion, there must be some questions we're not asking and answers we're not getting. But, what? What are we missing? What is the real secret to improvement with the game.


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