May 14, 2019 at 02:58 PM
By Tim E
I saw a discussion on the twitter the other night and it got me thinking. Sorry I don't remember who posted it, but the thought was... if most mid-handicappers played to the middle of the green and used the yardage to the back of the green on approach shots their scores would drop.
I think the basic idea was most mid-handicappers miss is short as they over estimate their carry distance on their irons.
It just got me thinking, is there anything any of you guys look at differently than conventional thinking to help get you through the course?
I think I basically do a small version of this. I usually take the yardage to the pin and and go up a club from what I think I hit that distance.
Any other small tips or thoughts to help a guy look at things differently?
Dale VEscondido, CA
Frank PPort St. Lucie, FL
Jerry MDallas, TX
Dave HPuyallup, WA
Chuck ZMt Pleasant, SC
May 16, 2019 at 03:22 AM
I started last year to target the center of the green and club up. The results have been outstanding. Instead of trying to get it near a 4" hole I'm now trying to get close to the center of a 6000 sq ft green. I'm more relax and able to swing more freely.
Keith MAcworth, GA
Haven't registered for Team Titleist yet?