January 14, 2020
It would be great if you had all the time in the world to practice your golf game and work on your skills. Of course, this is not the world that most people find themselves in and time is a luxury that can often be in short supply. Between work or school and so many other different parts of daily life, it can sometimes feel impossible to get in any practice for golf. This leads many to worry that they are never going to improve at the sport since they don’t have hours each day to commit to practicing.
However, this tends to be the wrong way to look at things. Lamenting the time that you don’t have is not productive at all. What you need to do is look at the time that you do have and the time you can make, and then how you can use that time to get in the practice that you need. It’s all about finding little bits of time and focusing on using that time for practice. Find ways and practicing techniques that make the most of the time, that are sustainable, and that will allow you to use the time you do have to the best effect.
Where Can You Regain Your Time?
Time is a precious commodity, but if we are being honest with ourselves, there are certainly places in the day where time is essentially wasted or spent on things that are not necessary. One of the big time wasters is the Internet.
While you might use the web for work and for some of your downtime, there’s a chance that you might be spending more time on social media than you really need to. Maybe you go down the Google rabbit hole looking up information about the history of socks. Perhaps you spend too much time on YouTube. If you are honest with yourself, cutting back on some online time might be able to free up more time for golf practice.
Television and streaming services are very similar in this regard. Sure, you want to spend some time with the family watching your favorite shows, but you probably don’t need to binge an entire season of The Office in a week.
There are many different areas of your life where you might be able to cut back on time wasters like these without it actually affecting your family or your work life, which is great. Find those time drains, cut them out and improve time management, and spend your newly found free time focusing on golf.
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