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The 4-Video Lowest Score Wins Video Set is Now Available! Get it here: https://lowestscorewins.com/video-set or here: https://vimeo.com/ondemand/lowestscorewins Here's a brief trailer: The four-video set contains about 2½ hours of never-before-seen video. We walk through the concepts in LSW, and each video contains some unique bits you will not find in the book. Video 1: Separation Value® - Practicing the Skills That Matter Using Drills and Games In this video, Dave and Erik take a in-depth look at Separation Value and define it in the simplest way possible. They help you understand which skills matter most and why… and then show you drills and games to work on every important skill in golf. Video 2: Technique - How to Perfect the Skills That Matter Most In this video Erik and Dave discuss the how-to aspect of the technique involved in perfecting the skills that matter most. This video is full of executable ideas to help you get better in your very next practice session! Video 3: Building Your GamePlan - Using Shot Zones to Create Decision Maps In this video the guys get out on the course with you and use interactive maps, flyovers and detailed analytics to illustrate exactly how you can build your own Decision Maps and create GamePlans around them. The information in this video will have you playing better and shooting lower scores tomorrow. Video 4: Speed Kills - Increasing Your Clubhead Speed Is Easy In this video Dave and Erik show you eight great drills and methods to increase your clubhead speed overnight. Easy to understand and execute this is the video to watch to start hitting the driver longer immediately. These videos are available as a set for $89. This is introductory pricing, and will likely rise to $99 or $109 after April, so if you can, get them now. And, because you're a member here at TST, I've actually got a coupon code for you that will make the cost either $59 in the U.S. or 33% off outside of the U.S. Those codes are: THESANDTRAP30 (in the U.S.) or BOOKLSW30 (outside the U.S.). If you'd like direct links, they are: Within the U.S.: https://vimeo.com/r/2AwR/anFkc0Vac2 Outside the U.S.: https://vimeo.com/r/2AEK/M2RhajNpU2 These codes are good through the end of April, 2020 only! Either of these codes makes the cost of the FOUR-video set only $59, and you'll have instant streaming and/or download access! This is not a rental; you will OWN the videos for your viewing today and a year from today, or longer (however long you keep them around!). If you've bought the video set, please feel free to comment here in this topic about it. We'd love to hear from you. Update (May 3, 2020): The $30 pricing for TST members has been extended through Tuesday, May 5, but this is your last chance to save $30.
This hole came up in our round yesterday with various TST members (@iacas, @klineka, @Hardspoon, @CarlSpackler, @Braivo, @Divot Master). My group was with @iacas, @klineka, and myself who played from the Burgundy tees, with @Hardspoon playing from the Black tees. I deviated from the other two who played from the Burgundy tees in approaching this hole, so Erik and I had a brief chat about this possibly being interesting to post as a "How Would You Play" discussion. The hole is 284yd on the scorecard and it played with a severe wind blowing slightly left to right, but pretty much directly at us. The tee is slightly higher than the level of the green. I want to know how you would play this hole given the conditions, but I'm also going to add a poll because I want to see how you guys would approach this hole if you can reach the green from the tee. Scorecard measurement is close enough. The course was backed up enough that we were able to stand on the tee and discuss what we would do (remember, significant headwind). The hole from tee to green is shorter as the crow flies. The front edge of the left bunker is 225yd. The front left corner of the right bunker is 195yd. The fairway is about 30-35yd wide. Here is what's left from between the two bunkers. So how would you play it, based on your game, and how would you play it if you could reach the green, keeping in mind the severe wind? Shades of Grey: Sorry it's a bit crude. My paint skills are nonexistent.
First, specify which tees you're playing. Then tell us how and why you're hitting the clubs you're hitting and the line you're taking. Assume this is, say, the 7th or 11th hole or something. It's not the 18th and you don't need a birdie to win or something like that. It's a hole in the middle of your round. You're playing your average round of golf - you're not slicing your driver nor bombing it better than you ever have before. Just a normal day. Remember, TST members can save $30 off the LSW 4-Video Set: You won't regret the purchase.