Monte’s new Broom Force in Instruction & Academy Posted September 12 · Edited September 12 by BTP Spell check On 9/10/2021 at 4:41 PM, ferrispgm said: Eventually it clicks....seemingly overnight sometimes. What has been proven to help is actually getting 8 hours of sleep which allows the brain to form new connections quicker and easier. Andrew Huberman has a great podcast on this. Keep working at it though. I'm still working on my stuff from the Monte clinic in Feb and I'm just now starting to get there. Takes me 8-10 months to get comfortable and like a year to truly get it. But even after a year I still monitor it and will work on it every few range sessions. Being impatient will guarantee failure. Took me a while to learn this but once I did, my handicap dropped from a weak 5 or 6 to a pretty solid +2.5 in 4 1/2-5 years. Don't bail after a couple rounds or even a month of horrible scoring. I find the biggest breakthroughs come after a short period of struggle...it's like your body is fighting to let go of it's bad patterns and once you do it clicks. This is encouraging. I've been stuck at a 3-6ish handicap for nearly two decades. The fact you're a + putting in this work is incredible and gives me hope. What has been the biggest adjustment for you and/or how were you able to make such a drastic drop in handicap?