By Erika Larkin on 1/9/13
We all know that specific and realistic goals are more achievable than vague statements about what we hope for. In golf, we are fortunate that we can really measure our progress in lots of areas of the game in play or practice but the majority of us are not tour players; so, maybe we shouldn't try to measure the same stats as the pros. I've come up with a few that you can track this year to help you identify your weaknesses, set new more achievable goals and help your improve your game in 2013:
Erika Larkin is the Director of Instruction at Larkin Golf Learning Community at Stonewall Golf Club in Gainesville, Virigina. She was named the 2012 Middle Atlantic PGA "Teacher of the Year" and the 2011 "Top Golf Pro" by Washingtonian Magazine... and she's oobgolf's newest columnist. She will be writing on a variety of topics including instruction, so if you have a question for her or an idea for a column, email her at ErikaLarkin@pga.com. Enjoy!
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