Eliminate Your Blow-Up Holes

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Eliminate Your Blow-Up Holes… (And Save Strokes Your Very Next Round)

[text_block style=”style_1.png” align=”left”]In the last couple of videos we talked about 2 super important topics… consistency and distance.

And if you work on the drills I gave you, I promise you will start to hit the ball better and see lower scores…

But there are many ways to save strokes, and some of them only require a few small adjustments.

I can’t tell you how many times I’ve see an amateur ruin a good round with one blow-up hole…

It usually starts when they get themselves into a funky lie that they don’t know how to play…

And instead of taking their licks and getting back to the fairway for the next shot, they make a complete mess out of it.

Next thing you know they’ve turned a manageable situation that should have been a bogey into an ugly 9, 10, or worse.

Now their blood is boiling and odds are they slice their next tee shot into the woods… compounding one mistake into a disastrous stretch of holes.

Well there’s an easy way to fix this, and it could save you several strokes the very next time you play.

One of these funky lies that comes up all the time is the soggy, loose, or wet lie…

And the same technique applies any time you’re in the pine straw, loose sand around the bunkers, filled in divots, or on a soggy fairway.

Learn this simple technique and you’ll give yourself the best chance to escape with just a bogey the next time you find yourself in one of these troublesome spots.

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