I seem to have a mental block anytime I'm teeing up with an Iron, which is usually a par 3. I can hit from fairways or rough and get the ball up in the direction I at least want it to go, but once I'm on the tee box, about 60% of the time I get a thin shot that moves a little to the right.
What are your guys' routines and thoughts on par 3's, and how high do you tee the ball? I usually tee it to where it's just hovering above the ground in with the grass and play it a little forward in my stance. When I am able to strike the ball, it's usually not too bad, although 3's are still my worst holes on the golf course. I did recently find out that I'm left eye dominant, so I've added a little head tilt to my pre shot routine and address position to get my left eye focused over the top of the ball, and this has improved my ball striking immensely, and I haven't played a round since I added this subtle little change. Still hoping that some of you may have some genius thought that I haven't taken into account when it comes to the damn par 3's.