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Learn how to improve your tee shot on the golf course and perfect your golfing skills.
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Male 1: What I do not think many people understand about golf is a lot of times. You have to play a conservative shot to set up your next shot. It is like playing pool. It does no good to knock one ball in the pocket and then leave yourself with an impossible shot for the next one and golf is like that. You need to think your way through a preceding shot many times.
Male 2: Yes, that is right especially in a situation like this. We want to make sure we hit a shot in a fair way that gives us an opportunity for the next shot and it will give us an opportunity for the next shot so that we can park.
Male 1: Because some holes like this are so deceiving and they are so tight and it is so hard to play. You have to think your way through the entire hole from tee.
Male 2: That is right, but we have selected tee shot for this shot. You hit the ball just into that landing area down there that we checked out on our way back up here.
Male 1: Okay.
Male 2: So that should be a relatively simple shot. This is intimidating hole now is been reduced to something we can handle one mouthful at a time.
Male 1: Absolutely. Now go ahead and hit your tee shot.
Male 1: Oh, great shot Kent. Little draw on it, beautiful. It should be right in the landing area.
Male 2: I am going to walk over here and hit my shot. If you can get a picture of the free shot routine as I go through it. Remember, see it, feel it, and trust it.
Male 2: We have just a relatively simple shot here. I have to go over just a little bit of water but we only have a pitchy glides in our hand her so it should not be a problem.
Male 1: Well, we should emphasize again that, even on this little shots like this, we never want to take them for granted. We want to see the shot, we want to feel the shot and then we want to trust it. So knock it tight.
Male 1: Oh, we are both on the green here, we got two good putts to make birdie. So let us see how we do.
Male 1: Well, made to easy five, both of us just missed birdie, but that is a safe way to play this hole and we ended up with a score that I will write down any day of the week.
Male 2: That is right, we had a strategy and we had a plan and worked our plan.