Originally Posted by ntnBO
Please lock this thread before the ignorance drives me even more insane.
BO you should ask dagolfdoc about how an overweight, nonathletic, middle aged man came to him and wanted to get really good at golf. He had never played more than a handful of rounds in his life. The guy worked incredibly hard and shot even par within 9 months. People can achieve great things if they work very hard at it.
As for the guy in OP, if that is as far as he has gotten in 1,400 hours then he is not working hard enough. If I am looking at the site correctly it would appear that he is just now beginning to hit full shots with his PW? And he spent the first 5 months on the putting green??? What he really needs is a new coach probably, because if you have that much time to devote to this game you should be making leaps and bounds not baby steps after 1 year of non-stop practicing.