July 2015
NCGA Golf;Summer2015, Vol. 35 Issue 3, p46
The article offers golfing tips to prepare oneself compete with the best professional golfers. It involves being prepared to strategize and play big rather than playing safe, advanced approach to preparation for the game, avoid green read putting shots, understanding the technicalities of greenside shots and feeling positive when at the game.


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