Do you know how far you hit every club in your bag? This post covers the reasons why you should know, if possible, carry and total distance of your golf clubs.
Category: Practice range
Not to be mistaken for the sign of the devil, 666 is a simple method to add a bit of structure to your strategy on the golf course. It can work for anyone with a handicap although I am guessing that scratch or lower handicappers would have a slightly different approach.
I’ve already listed Hack It Out podcast as one of my top 5 golf podcasts and they have now introduced a new series of episodes on the subject of shooting consistently in the 70s.
Their first episode was last week and I thought I would deep dive into the show and try to compare their averages to my game.
Golf is a fickle game. You can emulate the top professionals by playing on some of the same courses, score comparatively with the handicap system and everyone can hit that wonder shot.
What are the lessons you can learn from playing simulator golf? Here’s an assessment of my performance over the winter months. I do hope to get out soon.
5 quick tips to get you around the golf course better. What would you add?
The 40-second rule can mean different things to golfers. For me it is a block of time to focus on each shot, both as pre-shot routine and post-shot assesment.
WELD is a simple method to take your situation into account allowing you to execute your next golf shot without doubts about where to hit and with what club.