It wasn’t too long ago when it was easy to write golf tips and/or articles about golf. Now, not so much.
With the popularity of online information which includes Facebook and other apps, the masses are now able to access an overabundance of information flying around at warp speed. Unfortunately, that information does not always come from the most reliable sources, and those reading the information have no clue about the writer and whether he or she has any real credentials to be delivering the information.
We really need a site we can go to that carefully screens those who are giving the lessons. It should be required that credentials are listed along with a short bio on their accomplishments.
Outrageous Golf Instruction. In the desire to stand out, the ones who try to make a living by teaching golf feel they need to keep making more and more outrageous claims. In doing so, golfers are becoming immune to anything that is said by Golf Professionals.
How to fix it. I really don’t know how to fix it. Here is what I am personally going to do, though. I am going to ask you to go to my site www.evershedgolf.com and watch my opening video on the homepage.
While you are watching my video, keep in mind that what I am saying could be totally wrong. Try to find contradictions, and if what I am saying does not make total sense, you can eliminate one golf pro from your list.
Warning. I am not about quick tips. If you’re not the kind of person who enjoys an organized approach, then my site is not for you.
Hope you give it a try.
Cheers, Mark Evershed