At AGI we define Process Goals as the “to-do lists” of those players striving for excellence. This process is what gives you a chance to find out how good you can be.
In the challenge of setting Process Goals, we all need to take an honest assessment and take inventory of our game. You may see that your ball-striking needs improvement; you may need improvement in chipping, pitching or bunker play. Could there be something in your mental game that needs addressed, maybe you need a better attitude toward putting or you might need to be better at staying in the present moment. The bottom line is, nobody is perfect in any of these areas, but most players are better in some than others. Our job is to identify the weaker areas and work to raise those weaker areas to the standards of the others.
Here is a set of Process Goals, if you follow them; you will most assuredly give yourself your best chance to find out how well you can play in that particular round.
The object of process goals is to focus your energy on the process of scoring and not thinking about scoring. It doesn’t matter what level you are now, to challenge your “personal bests” you have to change your way of thinking. Creating and focusing on Process Goals, embracing the process of scoring and not just hitting the golf ball around without a plan is much more conducive to steady if not rapid improvement.
AGI will be there in all phases, helping you become a true golfer, a scorer, a mean lean golfing machine, not somebody who just plays golf. When you get ready to play, here are some thoughts to ponder as preparation before playing.
1. A process goal is an intention to do certain things, often repeatedly, that will lead to the realization of your dreams.
2. Success is a combination of the right process and perseverance.
3. Great golfers learn to be good at waiting, but as they wait, they do the right things, so, what’s on your “to-do list”?
AGI: play better golf.
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