What are the rules that you set for yourself that help you too go low in a round? Were do you apply them? What happens if you break them?
You here to have fun.
I can get a little too serious sometimes.
You not a professional golfer
This helps me keep things in perspective. I should try and shoot an 88 not a 68.
If you don't need the driver don't use it.
The weakest club in my back. My 3wood will get me around most courses just fine.
Aim for the middle of the green dummy, don't chase pins unless you can use a wedge.
I was shooting for the pins from everywhere lol
The ball is your friend, don't hit it like you just caught it trying to steal your T.V.
Slow and smooth like Freddy
Birdie putts have to get there to go in. Don't leave them short.
On the rare occasions that I do see a birdie putt I tend to not to hit them. Don't ask why.
No, and I mean NO hero shots ( see rule 2) take your medicine if you don't it will cost you more than one stroke.
Uphill putts don't break as much as down hill putts.
Its better to be short than long (most of the time)
I would love to hear any gems that you guys have. Not aiming at the pins seems like its a no brainer but it really helped me out.