On your next scorecard keep track of your approach shots. How many greens did you hit and hold? How many greens were you over? Short? Buddha’s betting that you had many more approaches left short than long. Use a bit more club and swing easier to hit those greens!
Buddha’s Golf Tip of the Day – Mental:
Always take one more club than you need into every green, except if there is obvious trouble behind a green (you will notice that most trouble is generally in front of most greens). In just doing this one change, I’m betting your score for that round will drop. Go ahead, prove me wrong.
For more tips to improve your golf game, see the Buddha Plays 18 Golf book.