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Tuesday, March 02, 2021

Do you have a methodology or system for your shorter putts – the 3, 4, and 5-feet ticklers that are the gateway to either a par escape or birdie joy?

Competition, when the greens run a little faster, undoes too many golfers in this space. And it only takes one silly miss early on in a round to ratchet up the pressure and uncertainty for the rest of the round.

As the Tour statistics show, sinking short putts time after time under the pressure of competition and when the greens are fast, is a skill that should be measured. It should be improved.

We want to help you focus on this area of your game, not because we want to lower your handicap, but rather because the feel-good moments of par escapes and birdie joy will bring you back to the golf course more often. Contact us.
If you’re a golfer shooting in the high 80’s and 90’s, there’s a good chance that your consistency
in the 170 yard+ range needs improving. An improvement on longer Par-3’s, longer approach shots,
and Par-5 second shots removes a lot of big numbers off your scorecard.

We’ll assess the performance of consistency from 5 Iron through to your longest Fairway Wood,
measuring your distances, evaluating consistency, and identifying any gaps or opportunities
to improve your equipment or technique.
45 Minutes that can improve your experience out on the course, reduce the number of
“misses” with your longer clubs, and lower your score.

If you’ve got youngsters learning the game, even young teenagers,
I know you can play together with different handicaps, so over a 500 yard hole one of you is getting extra strokes.
But how cool is it to tackle challenges you can both accomplish equally?

Why not play 9, and make every hole a Par 3? Tee off from where the shortest hitter in the group,
can make the green with a mid-Iron or less.

Golf can be a very challenging game.
But it’s really an opportunity to spend time together with friends or family,
in a healthy, outdoors environment.

In that context, it’s a game that you want each of you to enjoy.
So do your best to create challenges everyone can tackle.

Even amongst good golfers, 9-holes in an evening, where you make each hole a Par 3,
no longer than an Iron approach for the shortest hitter, is a great experience.

Playing competitive Par 3’s also tests your game management, more than you expect.
It really places a focus on your ball striking and scrambling.
If we can help


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