Golf Strategy: Course Management 101

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I bet you have noticed how PGA Tour players manage the course so well. It appears that they never make a mistake.

Course management is key to great golf.

Well part of good strategy is good ball flight control, that is a given. But the lesser known part is how to break down a hole.

In this video I give several examples of how to break down a golf course and give yourself the best chance of making a lot of birdies and minimizing bogeys.

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Comments

Lionel Turgeon says:

Not sure if you guys watch any of the rotaryswing.com videos. I found this
interesting, and I do use “the wall” in my game. So many people you play
with, have no concept of this, and it’s an easy way to save a few strokes.

Gino L says:

This was the 1st video of yours I’ve seen. Alot of good stuff there…

RotarySwing.com Golf Instruction says:

Yes, you can adjust where you move these lines depending on the severity of
the trouble. Sometimes it is much better to miss in the bunker than in the
rough. You can adjust the setup of the wall and starting line to give you
the best rate of success. ~Clay Ballard

Ji Young Kim says:

wow i cant believe that this is free video…. great!

Gaber1983 says:

Thanks Clay for this great visualization of the wall and trouble you and
Chuck have really helped me get my game back on track! Keep it up!

RotarySwing.com Golf Instruction says:

Thanks, Gaber1983!! ~Clay Ballard

John Holmes says:

Does the same apply for bunkers?

RotarySwing.com Golf Instruction says:

Thank you. You will really like the 9 day series that goes along with this
video. You can click the link in this video, or the description of this
video to watch those videos also. ~Clay Ballard

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