In my last article we talked about the 5 Questions Golfers Should Ask Before Every Shot...
Questions 1, 2, and 3 are questions that deal with analyzing the shot and gathering data so let's pretend you're near the green and that you've already analyzed your shot.
Question #4 is where should I land the Ball and Question #5 is What club should I use? The answer to these questions is dependent on the answers you gather from Questions 1-3.
What you're determining here is, based on the information I gathered in the first 3 questions, where do I need to land the ball so that when the ball releases (or checks up) it finishes near the hole and what club do I use to make that happen.
Obviously knowing how far you hit each club will go a long way in helping you make an educated decision as to what you decide to do.
Understand that how you set up for your shot will dictate the type of shot you hit. If you set yourself up for success, your chances of proper execution and lower scores goes through the roof.
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