Stop coming up short on uphill shots.
In the 1992 Masters, Fred Couples did the unthinkable. Leading in the final round, he hit his tee shot short of the green on the treacherous par-3 12th hole. Defying gravity, his ball stayed on the bank instead of rolling into Rae’s Creek. He then had a delicate shot back up the hill. With his right foot almost in the water, he popped the ball onto the green, saved par and went on to win his only major title.