Developing a correct, repetitive golf swing requires time, effort, and patience. Unless the golfer embraces these aspects of the learning process, the experience won’t be fun, and it won’t last. The process must be fun. however, if the golfer is walking into the process expecting to commit minimal time, effort, and patience, then the “fun” component will never surface. Learning or relearning the game of golf requires fun, it demands fun, but it will never BE fun unless the golfer truly believes in and welcomes the fact that the process takes work. Once the golfer embraces the time, effort, and patience necessary to develop solid fundamentals, the process becomes fun and the golfer’s potential becomes realized.