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Course Strategy

Play smarter not harder to take strokes off your game. Don't underestimate course strategy. Here's my approach to driving, fairway shots, putting, and more.

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Approach shot

  1. As you are assessing your approach shot, you want to visualize how the ball is going to run out, or in softer conditions how it might check up and stop.
  2. You really want to have your distances dialed in for approach shots. 
  3. Know your distances on each club and use them accordingly.

On the green

  1. How the ball on your approach shot releases will tell you a lot about the upcoming break of the putt. 
  2. It also reveals how firm or soft your approach shot landed and you can use that info on upcoming holes. 
  3. Feeling the contours of the green with your feet will give you feedback on the up/down or side to side slope you may have on your putt. 
  4. Now that you've gathered all the info for your putt, it’s time to let it roll and see what happens. 
Mike Weir
Mike Weir is a Canadian professional golfer who plays on the PGA Tour. In just over a decade, Weir has managed to become one of the greatest professional golfers ever to come out of Canada. He became only the second left-handed golfer to win any of the four majors In 2000, he became the first Canadian to play in the President’s Cup, where he led the international team with a 3-2-0 record.