From Golf Game Tips: Today's Tip... Two Quick Things... Be Consistent: Playing good golf requires discipline, and that means using the same pre-shot routine every time you step to a golf ball. This usually involves visualizing your shot, lining it up, and taking a practice swing or two before addressing the ball. The key is doing the same exact thing before every shot - even on the driving range... Concentrate on improving your short game: If you’re trying to break 90 you probably aren’t hitting every green in regulation. But, there’s a good chance you are ending up around the green in regulation on many holes. Next time you’re thinking of heading to the driving range skip it and work on your chipping and putting instead. You’ll be surprised by how much difference a 30 minute short game practice session once a week can have on your scorecard... Speaking of "short game"...
Did you know this? FACT: 80% of shots golfers lose to par are within 100 yards of the hole. So if you... 1.Often chunk chip shots. 2.Fat and thin pitch shots. 3.Leave balls in bunkers sometimes or hit the ball way over the green
...then you can save a bunch of shots every round by simply improving your short game.
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