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PostSubject: Golf Course Management   Thu Jun 23, 2011 1:53 am

Playing a good round of golf comes with a lot of good golf course management. Sure it is great to know how to have a great golf swing, but if you havenít got course management, then you havenít got a game plan. golf iron set

Have you ever noticed a professional golfer standing beside their caddie in a discussion about the next golf shot at hand? You can rest assured that they were not talking about Mizuno MP 53 Irons arry King live, unless he was in the pro-am the day before and he was leading the tournament. They are discussing the previous results and golf placement on where they hit their golf shot the prior hole before in the practice round or regulation round. Course management is what they are talking about. Every golf shot is tagged to the nearest yard. Titleist Scotty Cameron Studio Select Newport 2 Putter If you want to play a good golf shot, you have to know your distance and what type of situation youíre up against. This is where good golfers with a good course management excel over their competition.

Taking all the great golfers and great golf swings into consideration, without the proper knowledge about distance, wind, uphill, downhill and all the great earthly weather that is always a surprise at times Titleist 2010 AP1 Irons can be quite demanding to the best golfer at times. If you think that all you need is a great golf swing and a great set of golf clubs, you should rethink your game again. A lot of great golfers fall prey to a golfer with better course management. TaylorMade R9 Super Tri Driver These same golfers with good course management do not need to out distance their competitor. They just need to place their ball where the next golf shot is a walk in the park.
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