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Discover how to break 80 on the golf course
You are about to discover how does a golfer break the 80 shot barrier? It is a question many golfers cannot answer. Oh, they may know the answer, but knowing it and doing it or very different things.
The typical golf course is a par 72, which means that if a golfer never hits a bad shot, and two-putts on every green it will take him 72 shots to finish the 18 holes. The real answer to the question then is a golfer must putt well to break 80. The old saying “drive for show, putt for dough” is a cliché because it is true. So that is the simple answer. A golfer must for the most part, keep it in the fairway, get as much distance as possible and be able to putt well. So how does one accomplish this?
First, realize that you have seven shots to play with when you start. 79 is seven over par, so a golfer has seven more bogeys to work with than birdies. This means that instead of trying to blast that drive to get to the green on the par four, you can lay up and get there in two and be fine. If you leave yourself with a long putt, leave it a little short rather than hit it too hard and have another long putt from the other side. In other words, play it smart.
This all sounds easy, but it is far from it. Golf has been described as the most frustrating sport of all. One little mistake can ruin a round. One little flaw in a swing can cost a golfer many strokes. Players who play it well for years can for no reason at all get a case of “the shanks” where they cannot keep a ball straight or “The yips” when they cannot hit even a short putt. Many times the reason for this is mental.
So how does a golfer get to the point where he/she can get consistent enough to give an 80 score a shot? Practice. Practice. Practice.
Here Is A Preview Of What You’ll Learn…
How to get started? What are the etiquette rules?What equipment to use?How to calculate yardageWhat is the proper stance?
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