Forget lessons, just laugh in the face of caution and play "Bubba golf".
That is, after all, what won the Masters for Bubba Watson.
The exuberant American is of the "grip it and rip it" variety. Self-taught, a huge hitter with a wildly unorthodox swing and a liking for nothing more than "goofing around" off the golf course, the 33-year-old snatched his first major title on a tense final afternoon at Augusta.
Everyone expected a left-hander to make a charge, but most thought it would be the other one.
Watson is similar to Phil Mickelson in that he plays through feel and imagination and conjures shots most others don't see.
When it comes off, this approach seems genius. Watson's deliberately hooked second to the heart of the green from behind trees on the 10th, the second hole of a play-off with Louis Oosthuizen, was in this category and set up his victory.
"My caddie has always called it 'Bubba golf'," said Watson. "We always say it walking down fairways. I just play the game, the game that I love. And truthfully, it's like Seve (Ballesteros) played. He hit shots that were unbelievable. Phil Mickelson hits the shot, he goes for it.
"That's what I do. I just play golf. I attack. I always attack. I don't like to go to the centre of the greens. I want to hit the incredible shot; who doesn't? That's why we play the game of golf, to pull off the amazing shot.
"I just play golf, fun-loving Bubba, just try to have fun and goof around."