Every year, about 250 new golf books are published, many of them about instruction. And you’ll see hundreds of pages of instructional articles in the golf magazines. And you see hours of instruction on The Golf Channel.
In my opinion, this instruction overwhelm is too much.
It’s overcomplicated and it causes you to spend more time thinking about things that really don’t matter instead of letting your natural skills and talents take over and start enjoying performing at a much higher level.
And, in truth, the elite golfers know this. But no one can make money from the next book or monthly issue of a golf magazine if they don’t keep sharing the supposed secrets you’ve been missing.
NONE of this golf marketing actually helps you achieve what’s really important in golf: how to consistently score and enjoy playing your best golf.