When you're able to get the ball up and down seemingly from anywhere, you've got an advantage over any player you tee it up against. Most golfers are more concerned with hitting the ball longer, exhibiting their power in the process. But, the best way to shoot lower scores is to become a short game wizard.
Golf would be a simple game if all you ever hit was fairways and greens. But because golf is so challenging, most golfers find themselves scrambling for par more often than not. That's why it's important to spend even more time on your short game than your long game.
It's been proven on all the professional tours that pros make their money from 100 yards and in. Amateurs should approach the game in the same way because refining our short game is something that will last well into your later years.
As golfers age, their power will diminish. But, their short game touch can always improve and get better. If you've got touch, you will always have a chance to shoot a good score.
So, work on becoming a scrambling man and you'll see just how fun this game can be!
Keep it vertical!
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