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The Scoring Method is a simple, easy-to-follow program that will help you shoot lower scores. A valuable tool for creating purposeful practice.
One of my favorite things about golf is that you can play it for any number of reasons. You can play for the one hero shot you pull off each round, you can play to enjoy nature, or you can play to shoot the lowest score possible.
If you’re in that last group, The Scoring Method is worth checking out, but only if you’re really sure you want to shoot lower scores.
The Scoring Method gives you two plans: one for how to play on the course and one for how to set up a meaningful practice session.
This program starts by laying out some statistics and explaining how to play. One of our staff members called it “a completely new way of thinking for any golfer.” I would agree. The program breaks golf into two distinct games and even provides its own scorecard (don’t worry, you’ll still get a “real score”).
After you’ve played with this new method and used The Scoring Method scorecard, you’ve got all the information you need to set up a meaningful practice session. The scorecard you use on the course translates directly to your practice plan sheet. I think this is the single best part of The Scoring Method because it gets you away from “I’ll go hit some balls on the range” and toward “I did these things on the course, here are the specific challenges I need to take on in practice.”
I found Coach Will to be a clear, concise, and likable presenter. He gets his point across thoroughly without beating it to death.
The videos are typically five minutes or less, which keeps the pace of the course brisk. Everything is laid out logically and requires no explanation. When the videos ask you to refer to a particular printout, it’s right there on the same page so you don’t need to click back and forth.
You can join The Scoring Method for $79.99 HERE. For that price, you get lifetime access to the videos and the discussion groups within the site and on Facebook. The Scoring Method also comes with a 30 day money back guarantee.
If this is the year that you want to shoot lower scores, The Scoring Method is worth the investment. The methodology is unconventional, but it will work if you use it. Even if you don’t love the on-course aspects, the guides for creating purposeful practice routines deliver good value.
Buy The Scoring Method HERE
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