In the 2018 NFL Draft, 8 of the first 10 players drafted, including Baker Mayfield, the first player selected, were multisport athletes. Perhaps more impressively, 29 of the 32 players selected in the first round of the draft played another sport along with football while growing up. To put it another way, only 9 percent of the players drafted in the first round of the 2018 NFL Draft specialized in football as a developing athlete.
If you’ve been following along, you already know where GLT Golf stands on Golf Channel’s swing-and-miss attempt at reality tv, Shotmakers. If you haven’t, and the first sentence didn’t give it away, check out this article to catch yourself up. If you think I'm going to backpedal or apologize in this article, you’re going to be disappointed.
In today’s golf industry, there is no shortage of golf workshops or seminars. With so many to choose from, how can you be sure the one you’re selecting is going to provide quality information? While a deep level of research is always advised, we know you don’t always have time to be an amateur private investigator. That’s why the team here at GLT Golf has decided to share a few things to look for when selecting a golf workshop.
“The focus of this golf workshop is listed on this Power Point slide, and I’m just going to stand here and ramble on and on while adding nothing new or unique. And if you’re expecting me to make this stuff applicable or practical, you can just forget it. Nope, I’m just going to stand here and run my mouth. It’s a golf workshop, what do you expect?”