Only one who devotes himself to a cause with his whole strength and soul can be a true master. For this reason mastery demands all of a person.
- Albert Einstein
FYIGolf is a profile system for any level golfer from junior to an advanced player to pro.
FYIGolf goes beyond simple handicap tracking system and allows you to track many more important attributes of the game in one place. It raises awareness of the game by having those several key important attributes as part of your profile. In the past most likely you have been just filling out your handicap scores using other systems and now you can also track different aspects of the game to enable a better golf game, enable more fun and enable more joy and love for the game.
Wouldn’t it be fun to recognize what other players are doing or which equipment your golf pals are using? With FYIGolf you can easily do so by connecting with your golf pals, and you no longer have to ask what golf ball they are playing with or what tees they are using. Instead, you could focus on other conversation topics about the game and beyond. Talk about the ball itself or any different player pal preferences after seeing what they are doing. Perhaps you like their game and their equipment and want to try the same. Maybe you found your favorite, and you can share those thoughts and feelings about the game. Improved awareness enables a better golf game.
Have you ever heard about the ten thousand hour rule? There is an excellent book by Malcolm Gladwell, which is called Outliers that describes this rule in great detail with numerous examples. In short, the theory states that anyone can become a master of any skill if one truly puts in about 10K hours to perfect a craft. If you believe in this theory, you can track your progress by keeping a time log with FYIGolf.
You might be asking yourself, am I too old for golf? Young or old, everyone can enjoy the game. It is never too late to start playing and enjoy the outdoors at the same time. Just look at Diana Nyad, a long-distance swimmer who achieved unimaginably at 64 years young. The sooner you start working towards 10K, the more fun you will have on the course.