Well this author can really tell you
about this problem.
How often have
you walked off the golf course and
know that you shot one over par for 14
holes but absolutely killed yourself
on those other four holes? Sound
familiar? Well try these tips.
Manage what you do after a bad shot.
This is the old adage "take your
medicine" so that you can hit the
green and two putt for a bogey at
** While walking to the next
tee get it out of your system and take
some extra time in your pre-shot
** Challenge yourself on
the next hole to have a "bounce back"
number. Follow that double bogey with
a par at worse. It does wonders for
settling you down.
bogey putt is for a birdie. It's
amazing what that will do for your
** During your practice
rounds hit some trouble shots from
behind trees and obstructions so you
will know what to do when the time
Try those tips during your
next practice round. And remember, it
may seem silly, but a 6 does beat an 7.