COURSE MANAGEMENT

Let’s start with a quick video, which explains a very important strategy from Scott Fawcett, that I believe all players need to understand.

QUICK TIP

Simple course management pre shot thought process.
Every shot, ask yourself:
1.  Is short or long of my target better?
2.  Is right or left of my target better?
After answering those questions, pick a conservative target line and swing aggressively

COURSE MANAGEMENT PRACTICE

LEARNING HOW TO SCORE ON THE COURSE
You should play on the course as often as possible. You may not always have a chance to play with friends, so we have put together some on course practice drills you can play with your self to make it more exciting. Each time you play, you should set an objective for the round and accomplish a specific aspect.


COURSE MANAGEMENT DRILLS
The objective each time you play is to get better at scoring by transitioning your mindset to “play mode”. Below you will find a number of games you can play on the course (whether you are alone or with others) to improve your scoring.


ON-COURSE GAMES & DRILLS

Two Ball, Worst Ball challenge yourself to execute consistently

Mental Game Scorecard to improve your pre shot routine

Target Strategy, Stat Tracking with detailed analysis

Play With Two Clubs choose one club plus your putter

Post Shot Routine Grade gather feedback to move on after each shot

Blast Tempo Consistency choose a club each round to gather feedback on your tempo

VISUALIZATION

Pre Round at PGA Championship

Fans asked what music I was listening to as I sat there with my ear phones in, preparing to hit my first tee shot in a major championship. There was no music, I was just copying Jason Day’s exercise so I could perform at my best when the stakes were at the highest! You can too, do the next exercise so you can try a simple exercise that will change your game.

Visualize Like Jason Day

Yes, I worked with Jason Day’s Performance coach for 4 years and he still mentors me to this day. Its not rocket science, click this link to access a typical performance exercise to improve your visualization and relaxation skills.

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