ShareTweetPinSymptom: You frequently lose your golf ball on the course, saying things like “I thought it went over here” and “I could have sworn it was by this tree” and “I thought I was farther than this”. Meanwhile, your annoyed playing companions spend a lot of their time helping you find your lost golf ball, … Continue reading "Golf Strategy: Don’t Lose Your Ball — Watch it Until it Stops and Pick a Landmark"
ShareTweetPinWe all lose golf balls from time to time. But some of the sting can be taken away if you find a few more golf balls than you lose along the way. On a tough course I usually find 5-10 balls. (Sadly, I might also lose one or two along the way.) So I come … Continue reading "Golf Strategy Video: Seven Keys to Find Golf Balls On the Course"
ShareTweetPinSymptom: Your golf warm up routine is unstructured and scattered. As a result, your round doesn’t really seem to get going until about the fifth hole, after you’ve dropped five shots and blown your chances of breaking 80 today. Why can’t you just play 18 holes the way you know you can play them? You … Continue reading "Golf Strategy: The Best Golf Warm Up Routine"
ShareTweetPinSymptom: You aim at the pin, even the sucker pin, no matter where it is on the green. You aren’t thinking about the pin placement, just about knocking it close like the guys on TV. But, alas, often a well-struck shot ends up in the rough or the bunker, challenging your short game and costing … Continue reading "Golf Strategy: Recognize and Don’t Aim at the Sucker Pin Placement!"