Have we inspired those of you shooting above 90, to target 89 or less on most every occasion this year?
How much better is 16 bogeys and 2 pars (on any Par 72), than what you have to live with if you’re
shooting 95 or higher? So our final tip:  

How many 3-putts do you have to suffer each round? Most inexperienced golfers’ cards
will reveal 3 or more 3-putts each round. Remove those and you’re 3 shots (or more)
closer to 89. So here are two suggestions:

Most 3-putts have, at their root, a poor first putt. Sometimes it’s a poor read. Sometimes, poor contact.
But mostly, less experienced golfers suffer with poor control of speed and distance. So let’s fix it.

Understanding what will happen in the last feet of the putt will not only lead to more great putts
that drop, it should leave you, with a little thought: an easier 2nd putt.

Every golfer can become a wizard of the greens. There are skills that everyone can learn.
You’ll be amazed the impact it will have on your scorecard.