he driving range is a place of opportunity to improve your golf game. But how are you going to polish your golf skills with a bucket of 75 worn out yellow stripe range balls (pronounce Ran – che)? There are two schools of thought: improve through repetition or practice like you play. We will look at both and see which one you should use and when.
I find some golf books in random swings by the book store, wandering internet searches, and other times walking along family bookshelves. I think that is where the true treasures reside. and This book is a treasure.
There is no one way to get the ball to the hole once you are within the short game range. I use four different clubs depending on the distance and lie of the ball. Check of which clubs and why.
After covering my scorecard with too many double bogeys, I stopped trying and starting playing each shot one at a time. The results were liberating and resulted in a great round.
The Rezults Chipper is designed for the approach shot that did not quite make it to the green. But is it worth the money?
Sometimes your golf game is not working and you need to change gears and strategy. But when is it too late?
The key to moving from being a hacker to a golfer who can hold your own is the lot art of scramble golf. Scrambling is part special swings that of almost trick shots and mental fortitude to play your game. If your drives end under tree more often than in the short grass of the fairway, a good scramble golf game can keep your scores from entering triple digits.