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Best tips for a high handicapper to get reduced?

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I am a junior off 27! Any tips? a1_smile.gif
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I am a junior off 27! Any tips? a1_smile.gif

 A Centered Pivot 

 

 The Biggest Secret? SLIDE Your Hips 

 

 5SK Video Thread 

 

Sink your teeth into those 3 threads.

 

Start a My Swing thread.

 

Do a lot of reading here:  Swing thoughts. 

 

There is a ton of great info on this site, it's on you to make use of it!

 

Good luck and cheers. :beer:

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Thanks so much Ernest
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The most important thing is, Have Fun! And to get better, play and practice as much as you can! Take advantage of all the time you have to play! The older you get, the less time you have to play. Many of the better players I play with got good at golf when they were younger. 

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Find a good coach who you trust, practice what he tells you to and commit to any changes. Have a read of these threads are wel;l

 

 65/20/15 Practice Ratios: Where to Devote Your Practice Time 

 

 

 Simple, Specific, Slow, Short, and Success - The Five "S"s of Great Practice 

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Thank you
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play it safe. play within yourself. consider honestly the risk vs reward.

 

for example until I played back tees (11 handicap here) I had this in mind : 

 

tee shot max = 3 wood.

fw shot max = 7 iron.

wedge to the green.

 

go one shot late to greens on long/dangerous holes and take two putts. 

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