30 Jun '16, 2pm
8 common sense tips to lower your scores
The best article I have ever read on golf strategy was an old Golf Digest interview with Lee Trevino when I was about 12 years old, and I still remember it more than 30 years later. They asked him why he felt he he had an advantage over his peers on Tour, and his reply was simple: “I had three guys playing for me, while the other guys only had one.” Trevino went on to explain that he had three different shot patterns he’d use: his A game, B game and C game. Thus, when is A game wasn’t there, he’d drop back and use his B game or his C game. “One guy always showed up ready to play,” Trevino said. How many times have you tried to hit your stock shot over and over on the course, waiting for it to work “this time.” Be more flexible with your game like Trevino, and you’ll see your average score drop.