Have you set a goal for next season?
By mustang6560 on 12/12/12
On Monday, I posed the first end-of-the-year question, "Did you accomplish your goal(s) in 2012?" The second end-of-the-year question, which is a natural follow-up question, is:
Have you set a goal(s) for next season? If so, what is your goal(s)? If not, do you plan to set a goal(s)? Why or why not?
I've set three goals for myself next year: 1) Break 80 at Deerfield, 2) Shoot 70-something at least five times, and 3) Shoot 75 or lower.
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Mine are to, 1) lower my index into single digits. 2) Qualify for our local Publink Championship.
If I can get these then other goals will fall into place.
Shoot even par or better on championship 18 hole course.
Play more than 2 rounds.
@mjaber- You should be able to (hopefully) accomplish your goal.
The Daily Trifectahh: 70 push-ups or more;shoot 79 or less; weigh-in @ 179 or less
Par home course (70 - best to date 75).
The Fraser Valley Grand Slam: 79 or less @ each of 4 local tracks. Bottle of rye to all who do the deed. My bud Ken + I each have two legs)
The Birthday Round: Walk 58 holes on my 58th birthday (Nov)
The only measureable target I have is to score less than 100, preferably on a par 72 (I always feel like I should score 98 on a par 71 to really feel good about breaking 100 on that course).
@mustang... In theory, yes... in reality, maybe.
Average putts per round below 30.5
Scramble greater than 35%
Up and Down greater than 45%
get to single digits and break 80.
Make to to the state am and be around on the weekend? Have at least 10 bogey free rds and drop my hcp to a +1
Get handicap below 20.Make an Eagle.
1. Break par.
2. Get handicap down to 2 or lower.
3. Play more tournaments
4. Place in the top 5 at the WAHC
5. Win a tournament.
1. I want to score par or better
2. Scoring Average any where in the 70's
3. Putting average of 30 putts
4. Score at least one round in 70's at the World Am
Two goals: 1) get my handicap down to 8 from 10; 2)Improve playing away from my regular courses - in truth, my regular course handicap is about a 9 and my non-regular handicap is around 15 - too big of a disparity.
I'd like to drop my handicap down to 12 or better for 2013.
Duke of Hazards says:
1. Play 30 rounds
2. HCP to 15.0
3. Improve scrambling to 20%
1. Shoot par or better.
2. Get to single digit and stay there
3. Just play better golf all around.
Matt F says:
Get my handicap to below 20, play more than I did this year and make a concerted effort to practice.
Break 80 five times. Single digit index. Improve putting.
Heck, I am almost afraid to set any goals. I had goals last year and play so bad that I went backwards. I would like to be as close to a 10 handicap as I can get but I don't know.
joe jones says:
Same old, Same old. Shoot my age or better.
Improve my handicap. Win a Denver Golfweek AmTour event, win player of the year in my flight. Learn to re-shaft and grip my own clubs.
Late to the party, but I will add my goals to this awesome list. I want to drop my handicap to 10 (currently at 13, but was 12 earlier in the year), break 80 (I shot 80 twice and posted a 79 once due to ESC reduction), get my GIRs up to 35%, my putting average down to 32 (currently 33.3), reduce my 3-putt average to under 10% (currently around 12%). All good stuff! :)
1) Break 90
2) < 2 putt avg/hole
3) 40% fairways
I have been thinking about it a lot lately and I have one goal. I am going to try and put a lot of thought into each shot (including hammering out a pre-shot routine). I think most of my issues on the course come from having that ONE BAD HOLE. A review of my scores will show that a 10 or 11 will pop up on the scorecard and then it is all downhill from there. I believe that those holes stem from just giving up on the hole and making some 0.5-assed swings to complete the hole. By then, the round is wrecked. I think that trying to focus more on the immediate task at hand (the next shot) will solve the other problems.
I have two goals to improve my game in 2013. The first goal is to average 6 GIRs per round for the year. The second goal is to average no more than 1 DB or greater per round. Last but not least is to play at least 100 rounds next year.
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