Seeking fulfillment in golf is a risk. You’ve got to understand that change is difficult by design. The brain works very hard a patterning movement and thought to simplify (to be efficient). The attempt to get longer, or to be more consistent by definition will change the habitual patterns you have developed in your golf game.
I talk a lot about getting on ‘the tracks’ to success. I’m referring to learning how and what to practice that guarantees progress in your game. The tracks is a reference to railroad tracks and beginning the journey down those tracks. If your training is systematic can consistent, I can promise progress. It may take 5-10 years to arrive (and by the time you get there, you’ll want to go further!), but the good news is that you’ll improve along the way.
Be ready for “change” if you choose to improve. It’s a frustrating process if you let it be, but a wonderful test of discipline and determination if you take it on with the right mind set.
Final thought: It’s never too late to make changes in your swing. Especially with ATHLETIC GOLF and GRAVITY GOLF systems as your guide! The brain will quickly see the benefits of a more physics compliant swing and work hard to coordinate the body to its objective!