Snow? Yep. Why not! It’s a great time to practice your bunker game…well sort of. However, if there is only a bit of snow, and the temps are reasonable (and the course is open) golf can be played! The key is knowing how to successfully play snow and maneuver the ice patches while learning about ground force. So, let’s get to it!
Many players, especially newer to the game, get a tad anxious when they need to fly over something, such as a marsh water, tree or other situation. Instead, let’s focus on the positives. Once you watch this playlist, you’ll have all the intel you need to get over these precarious situations with ultra-confidence. So, let’s get to it.
When the wind is howling and the rain is tumbling down, let’s make sure that you are well-equipped. Plus, learn how to detect and play various wind directions, soggy fairways, lightning… and more So, let’s get to it!
There are varying degrees of rough. Sometimes, you can get lucky and discover your ball perched up like it’s sitting on a tee. Other times, you are not so lucky. Your ball is deep down in the thigh grass. Yikes! What’s ya gonna do? No fear. After watching this playlist, you’ll have al the intel to get out and on with making more pars. So, let’s get to it.
The touring Pros strike the ball beautifully (more often than not) from the big fairway bunkers that we can sometimes find our ball nestled in. Many players have no idea what to do. Some treat it like a greenside bunker, which is not the best plan. Instead, let’s get you savvy on what you can and cannot do from a fairway bunker, as well as provide key performance tips. So, let’s get to it.
Golf is fun, especially when you find your ball off the short hairs. In this targeted playlist, we’ll get you savvy on how to punch out smart. I see too many players punch out without much thought. The result is typically, “oh-oh” I am still off the short hairs. Let’s change that now. What’s the lie, where ya going? And how are you going to get there. So, let’s get to it.
If you find your ball in an unusual lie, such as pine needles, rocks, sand, hard pan, tap grass (you get the picture), then let’s make sure that we craft a smart game plan. Good questions to ask thyself could be: how far back to the short hairs, what’s the lie, and what’s above? So, let’s get to it.
The world is not flat and neither are golf course so it is paramount that you get confident with the set-up and performance keys of these unstable situations. The most important factors is lie assessment, final destination and severity of the slope. Once you have that, only then can you craft a smart strategy and shot So, let’s get to it.
Golf Off the Short Hairsreal change in your gameFeatured PlaylistsOff the Short Hairsplaylists + slideshowsUnusual & Funky Liespine needles, rocks, sand and the likeUneven LiesUphill, downhill, ball above & belowBewildered about slopes – get coach help!TIPS FOR SuccessGolf is a challenging game with lots of surprises in store with each round. The key to success is to embrace this challenge …
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