1 GOING THE DISTANCE
Of course, upslopes add distance. And given the classic amateur error is to come up short, getting the ball all the way to the pin is the biggest task you face with this shot. The general rule here is to estimate how many yards you are below the green and add that to your yardage. But in selecting your club, remember most uphill shots have banks at the back that will return your ball back to the green. This often makes taking two extra clubs than normal – say a 6-iron instead of an 8-iron – a good policy.