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« on: February 02, 2010, 09:38:59 PM »
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        we are going to cover a grab bag of assorted tips to help your game advance. Let's start off with ball positioning....Where you place the golf ballin your stance should depend upon the type of club you are using.  
     For example, when making a shot with  your driver, you will usually want to play the ball off of your left heel.  
     When using a fairway wood, move the ball over about 1 inch to the right. When using long irons, the ball should be roughly in the same position, or maybe a little bit behind.
II. Accuracy Tips

1. No matter where your ball is fixated, you should always aim for a target. Developing accuracy & playing with a strategic mindset means choosing a target. Even if you can't see the hole, pick something to go for.Choose a small target, such as an object or location on the fairway, & visualize the ball heading in that exact direction. This technique has helped thousands of golfers hit more accurate shots towards their targets.

2. Just because you are teeing off, that doesn't mean that you should use your driver. Yes, the driver will hit the ball the farthest, but it also has the least accuracy of any club in the bag.What if you are facing a very narrow fairway or perhaps major hazards are located on each side of it?  Either way, your driver may not be the best choice. Instead, consider using your woods, preferably a 3 or 5-wood. You could even use an iron when hitting the ball from the tee, if it looked appropriate.

3. Learn to take your ego out of the game when you need to. Always
take the safe shot if you are unsure of what to do. Trying to be a
"hero" may ruin your score. The goal is to simply keep the ball on
the green & finish the job with your putter.

4. Regardless of skill level, most golf players have a "lucky club." They call it their "go to" club. It is the one club in the bag that they consistently hit the ball well with.Your lucky club comes in handy whenever you have a very important shot to make. Remember, different clubs are designed to hit the ball in different manners.  But most clubs will work for most shots.  


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