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The Practice Manual by Adam Young
- Course management
- Taking an extra club (or two) and swinging easier. I've started clubbing up my approach shots and I've been hitting way more greens.
- Not trying to kill my drives. Taking a little off it has produced better consistency even if I've lost ~5y of carry, That's way better than getting those 5y and being in the woods 50% of the time.
- Putting and chipping are huge. Most people can get off the tee pretty well, but you aren't going to score well if you can't get up and down/get approaches close. Most of my bad days are when I'm absolute shit from 100y and in.
- Understand what the ball does when you make contact. I highly recommend picking up The Practice Manual. Even just the first few chapters on ball flight laws can help tremendously.
- Lessons. Practice. Lessons. Practice. Practice. Practice. Rinse. Repeat.
edit: added a book recommendation