There are probably another 5-8 weeks of golf left out this way, and as the season is coming to a close I'm pretty confident I won't be making my goal this year of becoming a single digit handicap (my game has been slipping downhill this past month and I should probably update the handicap on my profile now haha).
I'm starting to think about what I can do over the off season to be able to come out strong next year, and finally hit the single digits. Here it is:
1: I'm going to take a lesson every other week starting this Saturday, and through next March. I'm going to strongly focus on mechanics, getting into good positions, and creating good habits.
2: I have a net and mat set up in the basement, where I can take full swings and practice the things my coach suggests. I plan to hit "at least" 100 balls a day. I'm not too concerned about ball flight the first few months (October through mid-February), just mechanics.
3: Come late February and through March, I'll start hitting the range for some of the practice sessions and start paying more attention to ball flight, etc... once the good swing habits are there. There are two ranges out here with heated bays.
4: I'm going to focus on getting back into shape, and work on some golf specfic exercises as well.
5: As usual, I'll be putting on my cheapo mat just to keep the stroke grooved and smooth.
6: I'm going to do a lot of skiing! I know, not golf related, but I'm looking forwad to that part of the off season very much!
Just curious if anyone else has plans to improve their game during the off season, and what you'll be working on. Good luck!