I very much appreciate that most of the on course situations of slope and lie were covered and the great reminder that the best shot may be a conservative approach to stay out of trouble. As a 71 year old relative novice with a 15 handicap from the golds I can't hit an iron 150 yards accurately so often need a hybrid or fairway wood with poor accuracy. More lesson plans geared to us short hitting seniors would be appreciated. Keep up the good work and I look forward to every new lesson plan.
Overall very informative and a good set of basics to remember in terms of strategy and how to play different lies. Insight into where to place the ball on the tee was very informative and something I'd not considered before. As a golfer usually scoring in the high 90's I hope this will aid me in shaving off a few strokes.
I'd just like to point out the use of the word "effect" in a few places, where "affect" should have been used (e.g. Par 3 Strategy and Approach Strategy videos).
A great walk through of a round basically. Perfect timing for me as I feel I am hitting the ball better but not seeing results on the course, on the driving range. This really helps pull some things together for me, even the simple things like tee placement and aim have made a huge difference for me.
Thank you for the clarity that you give when explaining every shot. Your confidence allows me to feel comfortable in my practice. Keep up the Great work!!!! I wish I would have had this tool in my bag when I first started playing.
Pretty good plan, contains all important factors to think about before hitting your shot.
As a long time MAMG-Member, I knew most of them, so nothing new for me, but great overview.
Fantastic plan for those starting out and also to remind those that have been playing a while. The advice is awesome and the presentation is top knotch! Well done guys.
An excellent Caddie Guide. I will definitely take this onto the golf course and refer to it from time to time should I need to. Well done! :grinning:
thanks Guys - you have explained what to do to get your best score - now it's time to put it in practice and hopefully enjoy the game more.
I'm a new old golfer. It is nice hearing strategies from a pro rather than my golf partner who heard it from his prior golf partner.
Brilliant lessons lads - a great reminder to keep it simple, remove the danger, ask the questions and then hit your shot.