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Introduction to Course Management

Course management is about thinking your way
around the course. It’s about having a plan before
every shot, and staying in the moment.

Being a great course manager is one of the
hardest things to do in golf, but if you begin
to work on this necessary skill you will start to
enjoy golf more, and shoot lower scores. Categorizing
course management into the following areas:

Tee shots

The tee shot is arguably the
most important shot in golf
because it carries so much
mental significance. If you
can hit a great tee shot it
will start your hole off on a
positive note, and generally
lead to better scoring.

Approach Shots

The approach shot is
another critical shot in golf.
Be smart, and you can leave
yourself with an easy two putt par

Getting Out
of Trouble

he approach shot is
another critical shot in golf.
Be smart, and you can leave
yourself with an easy two putt par.

Putting

Putting might be the most
misunderstood part of
golf. To me it is an entirely
different game within golf.
It’s also the hardest part of
golf…by far.

Golf is a difficult game, and
sometimes all of the planning
in the world can’t prevent
bad shots from happening. I
encourage you to be patient
with the process, and above all
try to keep a level head on the
course.

This article is a basic
introduction to course
management and if you enjoyed
what you read, kindly book
an on course lesson, where I’ll
teach you the strategies that will
help you lower your scores and
enjoy golf more.

 

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