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These 2 charts show why laying up is rarely the correct play (golf.com)

Regardless of how good your game is, you’re probably not spending enough time making good strategic decisions on the course. Selecting the best club for the shot, choosing a target, and predicting how the ball will react in the air are actually significantly more important than hitting a “perfect” shot. Fact: Better interpreting the nuances of “course strategy” will lower your scores.


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