WHEN I LOOK AT A GOLF COURSE, I DON’T SEE TROU­BLE. I SEE OP­POR­TU­NI­TIES.

Golf Digest (South Africa) - - Life -

It might have tight fair­ways or heavy rough or be su­per long – that’s ne by me. On tour, we ex­pect a tough test. But I’m not sure ev­ery­one has that kind of mind-set. I think a lot of golfers see a hard hole or stretch of holes, and in­stead of revving up, they get de­fen­sive. Be­fore they even put their tee in the ground, they’re think­ing about avoid­ing dou­ble bo­gey, not how they can par this sucker.As­sum­ing you’re play­ing from the right tees for your skill level, there’s no rea­son to let any hole rou­tinely beat you up. I’ll show you how to turn the ta­bles on tough holes, from tee to green, so you can be­come the bully. PHO­TO­GRAPHS J D CUBAN

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