Serious question related to this. I am thinking of talking to my golf pro about a plan for this year. I don't want to set a handicap goal because I'd rather see what he says to work on and then do my best to follow the right amount of structured practice and play.
That said, what is a realistic amount of instruction and practice time to properly make some improvement? I'd like to set my own expectations for what is reasonable, how many lessons, the frequency, etc.
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I followed some copycats afterwards and they fizzled out as well. I guess there are some still doing some variant of this, I think Erik mentioned the road to scratch or something but remember he had a disagreement w/some of the instruction. I don't think I've ever seen anyone who documented or documenting a newbie to competent golfer do it "right". There was the guy Erik posted who went from 2 or 3 to scratch or better, but that's someone who's already highly accomplished.
I suspect lots of people got better with good instruction undocumented, locked away in instructor video archives and lesson videos. I just think it would be cool to see the progression of someone who did it right or at least well, made all the right moves in terms of instructor, practice, playing.