Track your game and lower your scores
If you could discover major flaws in your game, would you be able to attack those flaws and lower your scores? Of course you can! Just recognizing your weaknesses will give you a new purpose to focus on those areas as you search for solutions, learn lessons, and apply your findings to overcome your weaknesses.
The game of golf can be divided into 4 elements. Each of them has its own unique requirements and solutions for improvement. If you look at the performance stats of any professional golf tournament for the top golfer versus the stats for the worst golfer, you’ll see glaring differences in the following 4 elements of their games. Improve your stats and reduce your scores.
1/ Driving distance (DD): Longer rides will yield shorter approach shots.
2/ Fairway and par 3 green Hit in the rules (FIR): Simplify approach and putty shots.
3/ Green hit in the regulation (GIR): This is the best way to reduce the number of putts.
4/ Putty for the green (PPG): Two putts on each hole is a perfect target, so 36 putts is a reasonable score. Professionals typically make less than 30 putts per round.
Use the corners of each box/hole in your score to record your successes. Give yourself a score for FIR, GIR and save your putts. Summarize each stat for each round as well as total pairs and birdies. Track your success and focus on improving the weak points in your game.
Follow your game and don’t waste your Stokes
a/ Do not attempt hero shots. Hit in a safe place to easily hit the green.
b/ Do not add up your score after 9 holes or when you are nearing the end of your round. Just play every hole without increasing the pressure to make perfect shots.
c/ Take a penalty stroke when you are in a bad lie. Drop the ball away from the dangerous shot.
d/ Beware of spoiling Post Bird: Calm down and beat that bird on the last hole. Don’t end up with a Duck Hook or Slice OB for your next tee shot.
Each golf stroke will create a new set of opportunities or disappointments. Accept your situation and proceed to the next shot. The most important golf shot is your next shot. Nothing else should bother you. You will enjoy the game if you lower your scores. So practice with GOLFSTR+ fix 6 swing mistakes. Buy today at www.GOLFSTR.com
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