Playing Out Of Trouble On The Golf Course

At least once every round, I am in a position where I feel like I am in trouble. I usually can extricate my ball, but not always. After much thought I have figured out the no fail way always get back in play. I researched, read, watched video and consulted the greats and I now have it! Are you ready for the answer:

Well, that is it! What do you think? Is this perfect or what? 😉 🙂

I hope you have an awesome day and if nothing else, remember to be grateful.

I am a grateful golfer! See you on the links!


2 thoughts on “Playing Out Of Trouble On The Golf Course

  1. If only it were that easy. lol

    I’ve been away for a couple days helping with a family project and got to get back on the course today. It was hot again, but that’s to be expected. What I didn’t expect was how nice the course is shaping up with the rain we’ve received. The greens are like glass, though thankfully not quite that fast. But the rough IS trouble. It’s deep and that makes controlling the ball that much harder. I kept hitting long and leaving myself 30 footers so there weren’t many birdies today. With your article in mind and the round I played before I left where I was short all day, it might have been smarter to just club up, hit lots of partial swings and stay in the fairway at all costs. I can’t complain though, I shot 5 over and for a not great day, that’s pretty good.


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