I had a conversation this week with a frustrated golfer on the range at Dunes. To protect his identity and to save any embarrassment, let’s just call him Trevor. 

Trevor, or Trev as he prefers, was struggling to hit the ball as well as he hoped, and the topic quickly moved on to what he was trying to do.

After nearly 10 minutes of him telling me all the things he was attempting, I realised it would have been quicker for him to tell me the swing thoughts he didn’t have! 

I probed a little further and it became apparent that this unfortunate individual had fallen victim to the ‘Play Next Video’ button on YouTube. 

In his quest to improve he, like many, had turned to YouTube for the answers. 

Now, whilst there is lots of very good content out there, there is also some not so good stuff. Furthermore, the biggest challenge is finding the stuff that is relevant to you. 

Trev had inadvertently overloaded his brain with swing thought on top of swing thought and was now tied in knots and completely confused. 

Does this sound familiar? 

You see, Trevor had found 1 or 2 things that would have served him well but the temptation to keep watching was too much and he entered a state of information overload. 

“Golf tips are like aspirin. One may do you good, but if you swallow the whole bottle, you will be lucky to survive.” 
Harvey Penick

Trev needs to undo all the swing thoughts and simplify his golf game. To do this he has booked a one-to-one lesson with one of the PGA qualified coaches at Dunes.

In this lesson he will be shown exactly what he needs to work on to improve his golf. 

Straight forward. Simple.

A golf lesson is from just £30.00 and will ensure that you play and practice with a purpose and avoid the states of confusion and frustration that had taken over Trevor. 

Lessons are available 7 days a week and suit all levels including complete beginners. 

Telephone 01346 510693 or go to our online diary here: https://www.dunesgolfcentre.co…

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