If you’ve bought a Christmas decoration recently, you’ll know that the cost to make something has little to do with the price they charge.
When you buy a Christmas decoration for your home or tree, there is very little relationship between what it costs to make and the price you pay. The price you pay is much closer to the value you perceive in both what it means to you, and the price of other decorations around.

 Apply that thought process to how you would price a ‘Break 85 program’, putting yourself in the shoes of your target golfer.


Think of two golfers, both under 50; one male, one female, who’re shooting low 90s now. What would breaking 85 be worth to them?

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