Why change what works
During one of my best playing periods in golf, I sought advice from a good pro to see if there was anything I needed to improve. We chatted, and I showed him my stats and scores for the last 10 rounds. I had 10 rounds of 4 under par or better, but I was convinced I could do better.

He watched me hit a few shots with the driver, a few with the irons, a few with the wedge, and observed me making a few putts. During this time, he said nothing. As we walked back to his teaching hut, I looked at him and asked, “What can I do?”

He said, “Go play. You’re flushing it.” That was the end of my lesson. Needless to say, he didn’t charge me, but I learned a lot from that moment in time.