Translation? Golfers don’t know why they’re slicing the ball. Some things never change. Only now Lisle has the hardware to prove it, as well as the same hardware, not to mention his life in the game, to help fix it.
“You have to adapt your teachings to what the student needs,” he said.
Already, at his new digs, he’s done plenty of that. And Tuesday, with the grand opening, it gets a little more serious.
A glad-handing and helpful fixture at Westwood for almost three decades, Lisle appears to have taken his game — which happens to be teaching the game — to a whole new level.