A real sugardaddy buys golf lessons, not equipment, for his loved ones this holiday season
Sure, a shiny new driver fits under a tree better than stuffing some 40-year old pro in a stocking, but if you really care about your loved ones, you’ll get them golf lessons, not new equipment this holiday season.
Getting someone a new club is a temporary fix, not a solution. You’re really just buying someone who is broke a shiny new set of rims. It’s appreciated, but won’t get him out of the poor house.
Lessons provide substance and the chance to be a better golfer. My parents would get me winter lessons when I was playing competitively growing up. Between hockey practices, I’d swing by Miles of Golf in Michigan and hang with pro Dave Kendall under the heated shed. It gave me a head start on the season, and resulted in me winning the Michigan High School State Championship my senior year.
Wait a sec, that was my co-captain…He won it. But he took lessons with him too for a year. Come to think of it, a lot of the area’s top young players would take lessons with Kendall or others on his staff.
Anyway, my point is you’re likely to become a better player with a series of lessons over a new set of irons.
So consider getting your loved ones a lesson with Kendall, a respected pro in your area, or perhaps invest in the services of Marc Solomon, another teaching pro who shows up on our blog site once in awhile, bashes all other teaching methods known to the game and then gives a few interesting ideas of his own.
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Unless you look at Patricia's take on it. Skimpy lingerie, bling and shiny new clubs, I might seriously reconsider.