This argument could be based on the limits of the human body. After all, some bodies certainly seem more athletic than others. However, what good are strong physical skills without the mental toughness to compete? Especially when a 65-year-old athlete can best a 19-year-old athlete.
Many golfers suggest that the mental aspect of the game is what makes it the most challenging out of all sports. Therefore, instead of separating the two, great golf relies on the combination of both physical and mental skill.
So the real question is this: now that you have reached your goals, do you find it any less fun? If so, then you need to reevaluate what will give you the enjoyment you desire from the game. Additionally, it’s important to review your expectations for your game and ensure they are realistic.
If you prefer the more optimistic perspective to life and the game of golf, then you believe that there is always a better way to do something, including improving your game. So what do you think? Is it possible to get past your golf plateau?