Luck rarely has anything to do with this type of thing in my
As Jackie Stewart the famous racing driver famously responded
when asked how he had been so lucky "The more I practice
the luckier I seem to get"
If I trust to luck I won't get there.
I always thought that quote was attributed to Arnold Palmer.
Luck may have nothing to do with but raw talent does, some people
are just more gifted athletes than others.
Are you a complete beginner to the game or is it something you
have previously played?
I've seen some very good players and talented athlete's
put in more time and practise than your intending to and still
not reach the objective you have set for yourself.
Possible to do yes, but extremely unlikely in my opinion but all
the best with your endeavour, please keep us posted how you go.
You may find Timothy Gallwey's book The Inner Game of Golf an
interesting read, from memory he was a novice who wanted to break
80 in a short period of time.
There have also been several golf magazines do what you are
intending to do starting with average club players. I think they
managed to raise them from average players to good average