Professional athletes all understand that the more time that they put into their games, their conditioning and their practise time, the better that they can perform. When you play a sport for a living you have to dedicate yourself to working hard every day if you want to be successful.
There are many factors that can influence how much time you can spend working on your golf game. Physical issues, willingness to practise, and time all can influence how much you practise and play this season. The weather can also have an effect on how much time you spend at the golf course.
We all have busy lives and both work and family usually take up most of our valuable time. Whatever time is left over is usually spent relaxing, vacationing, and even playing recreational sports. Unfortunately, if time is limited in your life then there might simply not be enough of it to do the things you want to do. If you are a golfer then that might mean you have less time to spend on the course with your family and your friends.
This season will have to go down as one of extremes. The wet spring kept many golfers off the golf course as did the hot humid temperatures in July. It is hard to improve your game when you don’t make time to practise! There is still time to shave a few more strokes off your game and finally post that lowest score of the season.
Now that the weather is finally cooling, it is time for all of us to get back out there and work on our game. Get out and practise and play as much as you can. The kids will soon be back in school which means that you will have a bit more 'me time' and an opportunity to play a few more rounds of golf.
Work on improving your game this fall, so that you are ready for both your winter vacation and the 2020 season!
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