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Here's the Plan
If you're reading this book for its intended purpose, you're not getting the most of what the game of golf has to offer. You might find it comforting to know that this fact numbers you among the vast majority. No accurate measure can be taken, but based on the information we put together on people who come to our golf schools and based on the best estimate of a number of leading teachers around the world, it appears likely that a full 80 percent of the people who play golf fail to break 100 on a regular basis. You can do better.
Improving your gamein this case, succeeding in regularly breaking 100requires a commitment on your part. The commitment is not so vast that the decision to pursue the goal should involve a lot of deep soul searching, because it's easier to improve your game than you probably realize. In just about anything you do in life the chances of success increase if you create a well-thought-out plan and follow it. There's nothing profound about this thoughtit's just plain common sense. If you want to improve your golf game, you won't succeed if you attempt to do it in a scattershot manner. So, friend, here's your 90-day plan to break 100. Like any good plan it builds upon itself and has short-term, medium-term, and long-term goals. Each point of the plan will be covered in detail in the subsequent chapters.