Breaking Series - NEW for 2017!
- Put your driver away more often, advance the ball and put it into play
- Play the correct tee box
- Learn how to hit the ball in the center of the club face
- Learn how to chip and pitch properly
- Learn how to read greens properly
- Keep that driver in the bag more often on Par 4’s, usually you only need to carry it 175 for a decent shot into the green.
- Bogeys are your friend. For example: to shoot 98 you need the following: 2 pars, 8 bogeys, 6 double bogeys, 2 triple bogeys
- You don’t need to hit greens in regulation, you just need to get close
- Approach shots- don’t aim for the pin, just get it close to the green
- Short game- don’t try to land it to 5 feet, just get the ball on the green and leave yourself 25-30 feet and more than likely you will make par or bogey (remember bogey is your friend).
- Remember that 17 bogeys and 1 par is 89 and that gets the job done
- Pick the right tee box
- No more 3 putts!
- Avoid penalty shots, better course management
- You need to have three reliable shots: A good putting stroke, a reliable pitch shot, a 150-yard shot that is consistent and doesn’t get you into trouble...ever!
- Remember that 11 pars and 7 bogeys is 79 and that gets the job done.
- Develop a go-to-shot
- Mental approach = know your game = minimize risk
- Discipline: Practice plan and on the course- don’t let your ego get in the way
- No 3 Putts!
- Visualization of the shot and develop and solid practice routine
- Know your wedge game, how far does each club go - carry and roll
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