The Future of Golf Instruction in the 2020’s

How would you like to be an experimental test pilot?

You know, the guys who fly experimental aircraft for the first time, hoping the engineers got their math right.

For some of us, that would be exhilarating, for most, absolutely terrifying!

Embarking into the unknown is an enticing proposition when you don't know what the outcome may be.

But it comes with the price tag of great risk.

In some cases, the risks may be worth it, in other cases not.

But imagine if you were the test pilot in your everyday life...

Imagine your morning commute in your car.

What if you were uncertain if you were going to safely make it to work everyday because you were testing the brakes in your car.

Or if you were the first person to test a microwave oven in your home and unaware if you were going to die at the hands of this mysterious machine.

It would make everyday pretty darn exciting, right?!

Luckily, we choose to let others be the guinea pig so that by the time we're driving our car, we know the outcome of our daily commute.

That's the security we expect and demand in our daily lives these days and thanks to modern technology and the fearlessness of our test pilots, we can live a pretty boring and mundane life in a world full of expected outcomes.

You assume your toothpaste isn't going to kill you each morning, right?

It's in our nature to want to "know" the outcome before setting out.

Self preservation is at the very core of our instinctive fight or flight behavior.

We are programmed at the genetic level to avoid pain and injury while seeking pleasure.

We love the security of feeling safe, knowing that we're headed in the right direction thanks to GPS and knowing our tires aren't going to explode while we're driving down the highway (remember the big Firestone tire debacle with the Ford Exploder Explorer back in the '90's?).

Yet, in golf, most everyone thinks they should be an experimental test pilot.

Hell, most instructors these days still tell you to go and "dig it out of the dirt" like Hogan did, as if it's some right of passage.

Why would anyone voluntarily subject themselves to an unknown outcome when there is a proven pathway to success?

Perhaps this only applies to the absurdity of golf instruction as I don't see too many volunteers signing up to be the next to fly on a Boeing 737 Max right now...

The past ways of golf instruction can't die a soon enough death.

There's no need for you to be a test pilot, no need to risk life long injury and no need to be frustrated with your golf game any longer.

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Stop trying to be a test pilot with your golf game and start using the DEAD Drill to radically improve your game.

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Chuck Quinton

Chuck Quinton

is the founder of the RotarySwing Tour online golf instruction learning system. He played golf professionally for 8 years and has been teaching golf since 1995 and has worked with more than 100 playing professionals who have played on the PGA, Web.com and other major tours around the world.