These 2 charts show why laying up is rarely the correct play (

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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The 4 areas where tension hides in your swing — and how to get rid of it (

This is the reason that arm-anchor putting is still legal (