I like my instructor. She starts at square one, assuming you know nothing. Either that, or I just looked like I knew nothing, and she knew where to start with me. The goal of lesson one was to get the ball in the air. It's not as easy as it sounds. First, you have to set up correctly (grip the club, bend your knees, stick your butt out, relax your arms, look at the ball). It's a lot to remember.
As I golfed this week, I tried to keep a positive attitude and enjoy myself. I remembered the time I golfed with Peter, Daniel, and Brian Petak in 2008 when I knew nothing. We had a grand time. Peter was the only one who took things semi-seriously.
I wanted to be Brian's partner, but he insisted on riding in the cart with Daniel. I don't know why...
It turned out OK, because Peter and I beat them (I think), and we had a great time.