Trajectory control – hitting the golf ball high and low on demand – is crucial to lower golf scores. Controlling the flight of your golf ball is essential when playing golf in the wind and escaping from trouble on the golf course like the deep trees or tall grass.
There’s nothing more damaging to your score than taking a bad shot and making it worse. Big numbers are always lurking if you complicate trouble situations.
If triple- and quadruple-bogeys show up too often on your scorecard, you need to watch this video!
Kyle Bogey from the Metro Detroit Golfers recently came to GLA and addressed trouble shots.
You’ll learn to simplify situations in the woods or tall grass and get the ball back in play. You’ll align your expectations with reality and discover that easy bogeys really aren’t so bad. And you’ll stop compounding mistakes with costly decisions that send your scores to the moon!
Ben and Chad
P.S. Great players train in the fall and winter for success in the spring and summer.