Practice your short game
Spend time practicing your chipping, putting, and bunker play, as these shots can often make a big difference in your score.
Know your yardages
Keep track of the distance you hit each club so you can accurately choose the right club for each shot.
Play to your strengths
Identify what you do well on the course and make a strategy to take advantage of those strengths.
Study the course
Before you play, look at the layout of the course, including the holes, fairways, rough, bunkers, and greens.
Stay focused and positive
Stay focused on your game and keep a positive attitude even when you face difficult shots or challenging holes. This will help you maintain your mental toughness and make better decisions on the course.
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