TAKE AD­VAN­TAGE OF THE TEE BOX WIDTH

Golf World (UK) - - SCORE SAVERS -

You can of­ten al­ter the char­ac­ter­is­tics of a hole by set­ting up to one par­tic­u­lar side of the mark­ers. This of­ten makes it eas­ier to take one side of the fair­way out of play with your stock tee shot. For ex­am­ple, on a right dog-leg hole, you might want to con­sider tee­ing up on the right side of the tee and aim­ing to the left side of the fair­way to give your­self a clear route into the pin. That strat­egy will also give you more margin for er­ror if you are a slicer. Re­verse the the­ory for left dog-leg holes and if you draw the ball.

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