GOLF | HIT MORE PAR 3 GREENS

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Chris Ryan gives you 3 strategies which will help you make some better decisions on par 3 holes, and ultimately hit the green more often. Put these into practice next time you play and score lower on those tricky par 3 holes.

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Comments

Mike Smith says:

MlkeSmith,Chris, if you don"t know if you are going left or right , how about practice more!

Glenn Watson says:

From the tee I don't care where the flag is. I just want to get on the green. My problem is I am never sure if I am going to hit a draw or straight. If I aim at the center of a green and its straight then fine. But I might I might hit a beautiful draw right into the water on the left.

stonewallre7 says:

Chris any suggestions for a person that has no idea where the ball will go left, right, etc. even when we use an aim point. Left or right off the green. Thanks

Randsurfer says:

The R&A recommends that tee-markers are positioned six or seven yards width apart, not 10-12.

Julian Roberts says:

Good tips Chris

Robert Morley says:

Former No 1 golfer David Duval says the longest club he would aim at a flag was a six iron. Anything longer was centre of green.

Rob Mains says:

I find it difficult to hit the greens on a par 3 when the tee (markers) box is on an angle any tips and advice please m8

Sandy Tim says:

Oh this hole has caused me much grief ! Deep bunkers right and left, narrow green, water short left and a long par three for short hits like me !
Long is defiantly safer but it's a big slope back if the flags at the front !! Still, would I rather be on the PGA or at work tomorrow ?? Umm no contest.

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