Worked on grip and finding my clubface awareness/palmar flexion with 7-iron. Frustrated today because I struggled to get the clubface square; it was launch high right, or low left, with just a sprinkling of good ones, but I was not consistently hitting my launch window on the net. Luckily I have a lesson next week and hope to have a better path to work it out.
I will leave mechanics and technical stuff to others. You can do a few things that will lessen the impact of playing an unfamiliar course.
1. Play a variety of golf courses, different styles, standards, lengths and conditions. It’s a lot easier to score well on a course you play all the time. Playing different types of golf can help sharpen your skills.
2. Read a book by the guy who owns this golf website. Then use it to pick a plan for each hole and shot.
3. Don’t sweat the score, just enjoy playing golf somewhere different