Drive, Chip and Putt – like Duf.
First things first: If you were disappointed with your last round, your last few rounds, heck, your last golf season—it’s time to let it go. You’ve got to put things behind you when you’re not having the successes you want. Case in point: I shot 65-65 in the first two rounds of the Memorial Tournament in 2017 but followed with a 77 on Saturday— a huge letdown. Determined not to let it happen again on Sunday, I got the bad feelings out of my system by hitting balls and putting for a bit. Next day, I shot 68 and won the tournament. See what I’m saying? Quickly write off your bad days and reboot your game with the fundamentals. That’s what I want to share with you here. If you can hit your tee shots better, chip better and, certainly, putt better, you can turn things around really fast. Let me give you a few pointers to work on as you prepare for next season. Never underestimate the value of sound fundamentals—and some positive thinking.—WITH
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