Play better golf -getting out of trouble.
PUBLISHED: 10:05 24 June 2009 | UPDATED: 11:14 10 June 2010
THIS week the spotlight points towards the golfer who has got into trouble on the course and needs to get back on the right line, writes Allan Perry.
THIS week the spotlight points towards the golfer who has got into trouble on the course and needs to get back on the right line, writes Allan Perry.In golf, one thing is certain and that is you are not going to play a round of golf without, somewhere along the way, getting into trouble.Getting into trouble is not necessarily the problem, but compounding the fault and getting yourself further into trouble is.No matter how good the Professionals are, even they find themselves in the deep rough, trees, heather etc. One thing the 'pros' don't do is make it worse by risking too much on the next shot.When the ball is buried deep in the rough or behind the tree, the best advice I can give is assess the situation and make your priority getting the ball back in play. This does not always mean knocking the ball out sideways, just don't think that you are able to hit your career shot when you are in the middle of the trees off a nasty slope. Take your medicine and get the ball back in play. This can keep the 8 and 9`s off the score card which can wreck rounds of golf. One miss-hit shot in the trees doesn't wreck your round of golf, compounding your error will.There you are then golfers, and the very best of luck to each and everyone of you.Book now for a Private lesson with Allan and see what improvements you can make to your golf swing. Allan is available for video analysis golf tuition, contact him on (01395) 233500. Fast track your golf this year and visit Allan for a week's intensive golf tuition.View his website now at www.allanperrygolfschool.co.uk