bigboi76 wrote:So, I'm not gonna turn pro going once a week? .
I know lots of pros who play only during tournaments.
Golf is primary mental. Of course you have to reach a certain skill level before you can get by on the once a week thing. Once you have good control on an array of shots it's rather easy to maintain with very minimal practice. I used to work 70+ hours a week and never practiced but was still competitive in open.
If you have limited time you'd be better served by practicing shots rather than playing rounds. If you have 30 minutes of time 3 times a week you could devote that time practicing anhyzer approaches, rollers, putting one day, hyzer approaches, straightline drives and putting the second day. Maybe on the third day practice airbounce approaches, turnover drives and putting. Notice I put an emphasis on putting because that's where the most strokes are gained or lost.