SG365 - Day 20 – Write the story of your golf

An answer I get a lot from my clients, when I ask a more searching golf question, is “I don’t know”, or “I’m not sure.” From my own experience, I’ve found that writing a golf journal or diary can go a long way to you understanding your own game. Now, it doesn’t need to be an opus, but start taking little notes about what went well in a round? What you enjoyed? What you noticed? Positive or negative. Just by writing it down, you’ll think it through a little more. It will also give you the chance to chart your progress and your journey in the game and remind yourself of the great moments and times where you felt, you played your best. #journal #golfjournal #writeitdown #synergygolf365 #postgameanalysis365

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