Monday, March 12, 2007

One Single Tip To Lower Your Golf Scores

This golf tip is perfect for the average to high-handicap golfer.

The idea is to perform a concentrated amount of practice over a short period of time. Since your average to high-handicap golfer isn't as accurate with their approach shot into the green as a low-handicap golfer is, they end up spending a lot of time trying to get up and down just off the green. This means they rely heavily on their short game to be able to score well.

So the idea is to concentrate their practice effort on their chipping and pitch shots.

Now it follows simple logic that if you develop a solid chipping and pitching game, it will dramatically lower your putts per round. Your putts will go down because you'll have easier putts since your chip and/or pitch shot will end up coming to rest closer to the hole... and you'll be on your way to shooting lower scores.

If you fall into the group of a average to high-handicap golfer then you should really give this golf tip some serious consideration. You'll thank me if you follow this advice because you'll probably drop 3-5 shots from your score in a few weeks.

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