Golf Course Management Strategy – How to Manage Your Game on New Courses

Okay playas, it’s time we stopped screwing ourselves on the golf course. At the Lost City Golf Course in Sun City, I show you some do’s and dont’s of golf course management. I show you the strategy and ideas I use and the ones you should avoid.


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You can all start slashing strokes off by just hitting the ONE shot you are good at. I take on shots that I am just not good enough at yet. I bring out the high stress clubs and moer them all over the show.

I am Matt, I am a golf-addict and I hit a draw. Why can’t I just do that around the whole course? My ego!

If there are 9 pins cu toward the left of the green I cna attack them. If the other nine are on the right of the green, i can draw the ball off them and putt from the left side. It’s so stress-free.

Instead I still take on shots that I don’t know how to hit like fades with mid irons. You know what happens when you hit a shot you don’t know how to hit? You screw it up.

And you short side yourself. And with the compounding effect of high stress golf, you screw up the tee shot, into nowhereland. Then you need to gtet out of there with another high stress shot. Then you screw the hole. Then you screw the next hole and next thing you know, you’re destroyed 5 holes in a row on the bogey train.

CMON PLAYAS play to your strengths and DOMINATE by playing your game.

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  1. Have you try Bangpra Golf course in Chonburi? The best mountain sloppy fastest green in West side, Also Khao Kaew, they had signature Par 3 island green, Pete dye's design I suppose. And Khao ChaNgok, a inexpensive golf course inside the military district, they had the most mountain sloppy green I ever play, make sure to visit on weekdays, the whole course would be all your.

  2. I think the hardest thing about applying your stress free strategy is discipline, especially off the tee. What do you do to separate yourself from the negative or excessive positive energy from a blow up hole or eagle birdie hole previously? Hard to get that driver out of one's hands sometime.

  3. Nice one mate! Ties in well with the 'check your ego' mantra. I should really play a round teeing off with a 4 iron and see what happens. I'll go out in the next couple of days, no doubt you'll see the result.

  4. Liking the "stress-free" idea.

    I look at golf like this: "if I absolutely needed to get up and down or else, which shot and club would I choose?"

    My old coach calls it a "gun to your head" approach. If you absolutely need an up and down or green in reg, what would you do?

    Liking the content. Getting better and better every month. Keep it coming.