Another month has come and gone here at One Bearded Golfer, and yet another round of poll question results are in. The March Question of the Month asked what do you practice to improve your golf game?
The results are staggeringly politically correct. A full 78% percent of respondents dutifully submitted that they really work on improving the weak areas of their game, presumably trying diligently to raise the floor of their golf games rather than extend their ceilings by grooving what their good at. And none among you admitted that you really just spend most of your practice time banging away trying to improve your driver.
I call shenanigans! If all of this were actually true, and that percentage of golfers actually worked on improving the weakest parts of their games, with any regularity, then there would be a lot more low single digit handicappers out on the links than I have observed in my golfing experience.
Fortunately, there are a few honest souls among you, Dear Readers, who admitted that practice just isn’t their thing. God Bless their candor.
The full poll results are below.