Sometimes we want students to put attention on specific processes other than the standard statistics.Create up to 3 custom stats for them to track. For instance, they can track the number of times they hit the right/wrong club, the number of times they went through their pre-shot routine. Tour players track the number of times they “short sided” themselves - not a PGA Tour stat.
Consider the strengths and weaknesses of the student. If they are a better putter than an iron player, set their process goals to expect more from putting than GIR’s. This discussion will begin to put focus on the specific area of improvement the student needs, and help set the lesson plan.
Use the Scoring Calculator to start the discussion about scoring goals. “Our score is made up of a few key performance elements. When we do better or worse in an element, it affects our score.
As you begin to help your student to set goals, get a general idea of their 90 day scoring goal. If they want to break 90, set their personal par to 90, then adjust the scoring elements to reach their goal.