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Now that the summer is winding down, it is time to reflect on how you played, what you did well, what you could have done better and what you are willing to work on. The wish The progression of improvement starts with a wish. You might say to yourself, “I wish I could play better.” I wish I could break 100, 90, 80, 70.” “I wish I could putt better, chip better, hit my dr…

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With the holidays almost over, my question for you is, “What do you want to improve for 2019?" When I ask my students what they want, the stock answer I get about 95 percent of the time is, “I want to be more consistent.” "Great," I would respond, “Define consistent for me.” Sometimes they don’t have an answer. I would define it as being able to hit the same shot …