Not scoring well? Here's how to make golf fun
I think I have lost count of how many times I've heard people saying what a bad day they had on the golf course. Unless you are playing to put food on the table, that should not ever happen. Here are a few suggestions to make the next visit to the links fun.
Tee it forward: Why do so many people insist on playing from the back tees? It is no fun hitting fairway woods and hybrids into the greens on par four holes. It is much easier to hit low irons into the green, so don’t be afraid to go to a front tee and give yourself a shorter approach shot.
Count the pars or bogeys: How many pars and bogeys are you making? Make it a mission to get more the next time. Once you are hitting 6 or 7 on a hole, consider picking up and maybe taking a putt or two on the green. Mark yourself down for an 8 and move on. In the same frame you can play the game of “keep Frosty away” and try to avoid scoring an 8 on any hole. At the end of the round don’t add up the scorecard, check how many pars or bogeys you made or how many "Frostys” showed up.
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