Golfing resolutions?

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MarkT

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What’s the silliest/most unlikely resolution you’ve made and will you be making any for 2021?

I always vow to learn how to chip and have lessons but never do. One year I joined a gym with the sole purpose of being more flexible/explosive for golf - left in March, as explosive as I was previously..
 
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As always, to lose enough weight until I’m as svelte and athletic as them fellas on the PGA tour.

To get down to low/mid teens handicap.

Never happens
 

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Personally it's always the old "I'm happy with my bag set-up - don't think I'll be buying any clubs for while.."
 
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I've now mentally added to a) not change my putter b) enter more comps and c) find a pair of trousers that I like
 

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Firstly. To get a handicap. Which I excpect will be around 17/18. Then get it down to the 11/12 range by being able to comfortably shoot in the mid 80s.

Secondly. To break 80.

And to also get my son comfortable playing a proper course rather than the pitch and putt.
 
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Intrigued by c), this must be solvable. What don't you like currently?
I fall into the trap of buying £20 pairs from M&S. Don’t like stretchy ‘golf trousers’ and don’t want to pay £60 which I may as well do given I’ve got 10 pairs of M&S ones
 

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Play more golf when weather picks up.
My sons at a age now where he does his own thing,so definitely be playing more in summer.
 
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