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The first step to consistent golf

by Jordan on August 2, 2012

Strive for consistency with this easy tip

Consistent golf.
 
It’s the holy grail of this crazy game.
 
We’ve all had those rounds were we can do no wrong. But then the next round it’s like Frank Abagnale stole our identity and golf swing.
 
A lot of things go into playing consistently. Practicing, playing with purpose and committing to a set plan are a few ways. But I can’t cover them all in one article. That’s why you should read some of the other articles on the site.
 
Unfortunately most golfers aren’t doing these things. They’ll head to the driving range and work on nothing in particular. They’ll play round after round without a plan. They don’t set out a plan. They’re wasting they’re time and doing more harm than good.
 
And that’s why most golfers hope to get better.
 
Notice I said hope. Endlessly hoping to get better is not the way to do it.
 
Today’s post is one the easiest way to start playing consistent golf. It’s really easy. You don’t have to change much at all. Read on to learn this easy tip.
 
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Jordan

Jordan J. Caron is a former Canadian PGA Class A member who still wants to help golfers shoot better scores. He is also the President of Meaningful Marketing. In his downtime he likes to read, play squash and drink wine.

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Today’s segment of the Monday Moring Caddie is talking how you can help your game by playing more match play games. But playing match play against your personal par. If you don’t know what a personal par is, read the three posts I have below talking about why it’s important to have one. Hint, Tiger Woods used a personal par growing up!
 
I also talk about why Nick Faldo is the best analyst in golf. The six time Major champ always has great insights and tips to help your own game. Click play below to see what tips you can learn from the tour pro’s this past weekend!
 
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Jordan

Jordan J. Caron is a former Canadian PGA Class A member who still wants to help golfers shoot better scores. He is also the President of Meaningful Marketing. In his downtime he likes to read, play squash and drink wine.

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You don’t have to be like this goof to read the green

You could hit the best putt of your life.

But if you’re no good at reading greens, you got no chance.

This is the most overlooked aspect of putting.

But it won’t be after you read this post!

You’ll learn how to improve at these while reading this article.
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Jordan

Jordan J. Caron is a former Canadian PGA Class A member who still wants to help golfers shoot better scores. He is also the President of Meaningful Marketing. In his downtime he likes to read, play squash and drink wine.

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Top 10 Blog Posts of 2011

by Jordan on January 2, 2012

Get 2012 off to a great start

Achieving a lower golf handicap is really easy.

How can I say that?

Because if you follow this blog on a regular basis and apply the lessons learn from here, you’ll have all the tools necessary.

But before we get into my top 10 posts from 2011, Happy New Year!

I truly hope that you read this blog more and more over this coming year as it will only increase your chances of shooting lower scores.

If your a new visitor then this post will help you get up to speed as it’s the best of the best.

This blog is much different from all the other golf blogs on the internet.

Why?
Simply because I mostly talk about the mental game, short game and course management. From my own personal experience teaching players for the last seven years and playing the game for over 20, you will lower your handicap the fastest by focusing on those three areas. You will find the odd post on the swing but not often.

So to get 2012 started off on the right track, I want to post the top 10 most influential blog posts from 2011. I’d like to think that every post I write is worthwhile but these are the best.

I’ll kindly ask that if you liked this post or any of the ones listed that you share them on your social networks. I want to help as many people to a lower golf handicap as possible.

Five serious questions you need to ask yourself when setting any goal

Be specific with the type of golfer you want to be by creating a definite purpose

An easy tip for betting chipping

You should be doing this before every round

This will help you handle pressure better on the course

Being a copy cat in school wasn’t smart but it will work on the golf course

A way to help your goals come true

Something you need to be doing before every shot

Another thing you should be doing before every shot you hit

The reason why you should create your own par for each hole

What Do You Think?

Before you go, what are some of your goals for the coming year?

Is there anything I can do to help you achieve those goals?

Post a comment below or send me and email and I’d be happy to assist.

Jordan

Jordan J. Caron is a former Canadian PGA Class A member who still wants to help golfers shoot better scores. He is also the President of Meaningful Marketing. In his downtime he likes to read, play squash and drink wine.

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Do you have a mantra statement for golf?

Working hard on your game but not seeing the results?

That’s quite alright actually.

You’ve decided to find out why.

And good on you.

The reason might be because you haven’t got a club what type of golfer you want to be.

Let me explain why you need to develop a mantra statement for your game.

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Jordan

Jordan J. Caron is a former Canadian PGA Class A member who still wants to help golfers shoot better scores. He is also the President of Meaningful Marketing. In his downtime he likes to read, play squash and drink wine.

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It worked for Bruce Lee and it’ll work for your golf game

October 15, 2011

Bruce Lee had one. And you should as well. Not a black belt. But a definite purpose in golf. Why? So you have a clear vision in mind for exactly the type of golfer you want to be. Too many golfers say “I want to get better” or “I want to shoot lower scores” but […]

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