JR on the Golf Channel does some interesting topics. Last one being counterfeiting and the latest included one on the 2004 tsunami survivor Will Robins. He focuses on helping the high handicappers, not so much on working on swings as on course management. To at least get into the 80's, the goal is to approach and get down in 3. I've denied that the short game is my issue, but I've realized this year by watching my scorecard that even 1 lost ball doesn't blow a hole up on its own. It is the double/triple that includes hitting a bunker then blading it across the green where my score goes off the rails. That's a 5 with a 2 putt starting with the approach shot. So advice like don't pin seeking on a short side with a bunker, going for the middle of the green may make birdie difficult but prevent bogie/double, can help. Pays to analyze the score and how it got there.