If you’re as frustrated about your golf game as I am, I would be willing to bet that the largest part of your problems come from the area of the golf course that has the shortest grass – yep, that would be the greens. It’s hard enough to putt consistently when you’re in your twenties and thirties, let alone your fifties and sixties (my category)! And, if you aren’t already aware, at LEAST 75% of your scoring efforts come from the flat stick.
Some time back, I stopped concentrating on ways to increase my driving distance by 10 or 15 yards, and began to spend more time on ways to keep from 3 or 4-putting every green. Trying to do this on my own was rewarding in a way, but nonetheless futile because I didn’t really know HOW to correct my problems. So, I went online for research, and accumulated several articles from those in the know. They helped my overall perspective so much that I decided to put together a blog containing several of these articles, along with some other hints and tips, so I could share them with anyone out there who might be in the same boat.
I invite you to check the site out, and leave any comments.