I’m on a mission at the moment and really harping on helping you “play golf”.

While my philosophy may seem a bit too easy I’m convinced it’s the easiest and fastest way to get the results you know you can. “Results” will vary from person to person. For me I’m now about having a good time, being in the moment and continually open to learning new stuff.

Others will be more concerned about their scores and handicap. And that’s all good too. I think if you can “get” it you’ll find deeper meaning and greater satisfaction – from here you almost play well by default. But it’s a journey, and not an event.

If you really want to start playing better golf then go over these important golf lessons. These lessons will not only help you play better golf this year, but for many years to come.

To help get you kicked off in the right direction take a peek at Grayden’s email sent to me overnight. Grayden has come full circle and has now entered the arena.

I’ve distilled my game down to “hit ball to that spot” and I’m liking it a lot. It has a remarkably calming effect actually probably because it reduces the game to its simplest level. It seems sort of like child’s play. I’ve had enough of playing “swing”. Its hard work, frustrating and really tedious actually. “Hit the ball to the spot” is much better. My pea brain can cope with that!

I’ve got a pea brain too. All of the crap, while seeming like a good idea, actually got in the way. And reducing golf to “its simplest level” opens up more possibilities for success than all the rest put together.

What’s something you’ve learned recently by playing the game?