3. ON COURSE STRATEGY
Here's a reminder of fundamental number 3:
Jack Nicklaus famously said, "The best way to cope with trouble is to stay out of it as much as possible."
Ben Hogan said, "The most important shot in golf is the next one."
Dr. Bob Rotella, the eminent golf psychologist, has said, "Hit the shot you know you can hit, not the one you think you should."
As the quotes above illustrate, your on course strategy is also intrinsically linked to my 4th fundamental, Mind over golf.
Plotting your way around the golf course, based on your ability to hit certain shots and to evaluate the danger from the tee box is the best way for you to lower your scores. Here are some considerations you may want to bear in mind. The following examples are a clue as to what should be done in these situations:
There are many questions you need to ask yourself throughout 18 holes of golf. This unique online golf coaching experience will also ensure you have a clear strategy before you start your round. Therefore, you will always make better decisions on the golf course.
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