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Thanks for all the tips guys. I do think I can get back to where I was and even better because it's not like I played no golf at all I just didn't play as much as I had before. I think for me it's going to be hitting more greens. I have a good short game, I'm a fairly good putter, and those are things I'm always working on. I'm looking at dialing in everything inside so I can have good looks at birdie. One thing I think will hurt me is my distance. A solid drive for me flies about and my 8i flies about but I'm fairly accurate and if I miss a fairway it's typically not by much.
I'm in a similar situation to you. I have a low handicap, have shot par a number of times, and this season would really like to shoot a few shots lower.
My distance is in the same ballpark as you as well. Where I run into issues is accuracy with long irons struggle with approach shots that are , and being able to stick it closer with the short irons. I think I'll be practicing mostly the short game to sink some more putts, and make sure the chips are close as to not sweat over par putts.
And of course, practice the long irons to help eliminate the reasons I bogey. Keep me updated on how you're coming along.
Let's see which one of us breaks 70 first this year. I'd suggest you have as one of your key goals: make sure you have fun every time you play and every time you practice. As you already found when you were working at the golf course too much, you didn't find it fun or enticing to be around golf. If you keep grinding away with largely only numerical goals in mind, you face reaching a burnout point or be frustrated, and either will seriously inhibit your ability to achieve what you're trying to achieve.
This doesn't mean you have to be laughing and joking your way around the golf course, or to not taking scoring seriously. But you can find ways each round to make sure you're smiling and enjoying your time. Find little games to play with yourself on the range or practicing your short game. Learn some trick shots.
Do something to keep the many hours of range time from becoming "work". On the course if you're scoring well you'll probably be enjoying yourself and having fun, and I'm sure that day you break 70 will be a lot of fun.
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But also figure out how to keep a smile when you're grinding to break If it just isn't a great scoring day, mix up the round with some fun shots. If you've already blown a good score, try playing 18 with only one club, like a 9 iron. See if you can skip one across the lake onto the green.
If you can keep your quest from becoming work and instead really enjoy it, you'll find you're far more willing to put in the time and your game will become much more solid as a result. You can post now and register later. If you have an account, sign in now to post with your account.
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Awards, Achievements, and Accolades. Originally Posted by goodatgolf A general tip that helps the good and the beginner is to always work on your weaknesses. You mentioned your best tournament round as 72, but what is your best round ever? Clearly, you have the ability to break 70, but would be difficult to achieve in 6 months after the described "lay off". Keep in mind that the 72 you posted in high school was the result of years focusing on golf.nireacontner.tk
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If your goal is to simply shoot a number, playing easy courses with no wind when trying to break 70 wouldn't hurt either. Originally Posted by DenisO I'm in a similar situation to you. Posted August 18, Join the conversation You can post now and register later. Reply to this topic Insert image from URL. Go To Topic Listing. Back Injury, Out for Awhile When Do You Retire a Ball?
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He decided to forget about his first nine and focus on the second nine only. I was just going to go try to play the front nine and shoot as low as I could. The challenge when you are going low is to not be score conscious and project a possible score. Most golfers go into protect mode when they have a low round in the making. They begin to hold on and play defensively, not wanting to back up and give shots away. What helped distract him from the fact he had a chance to shoot 59? He talked football with his playing partner. A lot of things must happen to shoot The putts lip in.
The ball bounces closer to the hole on approach shots. You feel momentum. You get some great breaks.