Your Weakest Pillar
𝐖𝐡𝐚𝐭 𝐢𝐬 𝐲𝐨𝐮𝐫 𝐰𝐞𝐚𝐤𝐞𝐬𝐭 𝐩𝐢𝐥𝐥𝐚𝐫?
There are three fitness pillars that form the foundation for your ability to play your best.
The quality and consistency of your golf specific skills. Full swing, short game and putting for example.
The peak level and endurance of your physical tools for performance. Flexibility, speed, strength for example.
Your ability to focus and manage your emotions so you can access the peak of your skills and physical fitness on the course.
Why is it important to assess your weakest pillar?
Because your weakest pillar is the low hanging fruit.
Your weakest pillar is what slows your improvement process.
It is the like driving your boat around the lake with the anchor dragging.
Your weakest link is also what keeps you from being able to play well under pressure.
Under the heavy weight of pressure the weakest pillar is always what crumbles first.
When I work with clients... step one is always doing an accurate and honest assessment of their personal weakest pillar.
Once the weakest pillar has been identified we can make an accurate plan for how to strengthen it.
In my 25 years as as PGA teacher and mental game coach... most golfers weakest pillar is the mental game.
This is certainly not always the case.
Which is why it is so important for you to accurately and honestly assess your three pillars to see what your personal weakest link is.
Recognizing your personal weakest pillar and mapping an improvement plan to strengthen it is one of the biggest opportunities you have for rapid improvement and getting on the fast track to achieving your goals.
Not sure if you have the tools to make an accurate assessment and a mental fitness strengthening plan?
Want to make sure your foundation is able to support you under pressure?
Give me a shout.
I am always happy to help. :-)