When I watched golf shows on TV I began listening to the pros and expert teachers about the proper approach to the game. I started watching more programs on improving the physical aspect as well. What I wanted was a good mental picture of what golf was, before I started to improve the technical.What I went through was a two year re-learning process. A short time really when you think about the learning curve for golf. What I found out was that with the right physical, nutritional and mental approach, the learning curve decreases drastically. The technical side becomes easier to comprehend and to put into practice.What follows is a prcatical guide that I used to improve my scores from over 100 per round to shooting in the high 70s and low 80s consistently and to improving my enjoyment of the game.find the true-life stories of some of these people to be positively inspiring and hope that someday I too can do the same. It was on one of my numerous forays into these magazines that I found a nutrition article that gave me a lot of insight into my eating habits. It was really a different story that had caught my eye, but I stumbled across this nutrition article quite by accident and started reading through it quite idly. I was stunned to find that I could barely put the magazine down by the time I reached my car to load in the groceries. It wasn\u0092t a full length book by any means, but this particular nutrition article was interesting enough that it caught and kept my attention. Basically I found out what kind of eater I was \u0096 the boredom eater, I ate when I was bored or tired \u0096 and I found a few great ways in which I could try and control my bad eating habits. For my case since I ate when I was bored it was recommended that I keep a few nutritious snacks around the house to assuage my boredom hunger. This was easy to do since I love my fruits and all I did was stock up more on fruits and kept them handy. The next one was slightly more difficult since I also like my chocolate fixes, but the nutrition article was adamant about this, so I had to throw out all my chocolate. And I was banned from stocking up on any more. If and when I had a chocolate craving the nutrition article said that it would be easier and more of a deterrent if I had to go out and buy it. The same applied to ice cream but I wasn\u0092t too fussed about that one anyway. Next the nutrition article went on to tell me about the various foods that I should include in my everyday diet, and which ones I should stay away from. It explained the food guide pyramid in great detail and gave me a great insight into how I could manage my meals. I also found that I was eating most of the "right" foods but that I was eating them in the wrong quantities, more of meats and fats over cereals, grains and fruits. The polyester round sling nutrition article that I came across that day was to me heaven-sent and helped me put my life back on track. I now eat healthier snacks of fruit, and sometimes carrots. I also indulge myself in the finer things in life by eating all the good-for-me food that I want.