Aggressive Route Over Hazards, Going For It (Video)
Aggressive Route Over Hazards, Going For It (Video) Pete Styles â?? PGA Teaching Pro Pete Styles – PGA Teaching Pro

We often talk about course management tips and making sure we're analyzing risk and reward and and using our course management well. There's going to be a time in a place where you're going to say you know what I'm going to go for this I'm going to take on the corner of that dogleg I'm going to take the risk this time I'm going to try and drive it onto this path. or in to rather than playing the iron down the middle for safety and that's fine as long as you have weighed up the options there's no problem with taking the more aggressive route but I think the key to what we want to do now is give you the best chance to take on that aggressive route and get the best result out of it. So I think one of the options that people often take is when they take the aggressive route in terms of the line they also make really bad swings now they might pick a dogleg and think you know I'm going to drive over the corner of that dog like and then when they set up because it's an aggressive route they change their whole person and they take a very aggressive stance a very aggressive sort of pre-shot waggle and they hit the thing far far harder than they ever would do normally therefore making a bad contact therefore making a bad result.

So if you've decided that you're going to take on this corner this dog like we still actually want to go ahead and make the best swing we can make. So just drop into your normal routine take the swing nice and easy use that the right club Yes and take the right target line but actually make a good quality swing on the ball and we just touched on it there but taking the right target line is important you know if I'm aiming over the corner of a dog like I still want to be quite specific about where I'm aiming. I don't want to sort of aim somewhere into that massive forest of trees and hit and hope you five judge how far I can hit the ball how far over that corner of the dogleg I can carry it and now I want to be very specific about where I'm aiming. So I'm going to pick along there I'm going to go right third green tree along there is that's what I'm aiming for and I stand behind the ball I'm looking down my target I'm quite specifically picking out a spot and I'm lining up, and hating quite accurately over the top of that is that idea of having a specific target is particularly important the other consideration is just making sure that you are choosing the right club. So we're not to be too aggressive and just smash everything with driver it might be the cam taking on that corner dogleg but maybe my drive is going to run a fair way on the side anyway. So I can choose their three warder a hybrid club to to get the right shot. So once I've picked my target line I take good aim really specifically aiming exactly down thereafter chosen my driver that's the one I want to hit and I'm going to swing nice and easy and easy and smooth, and hopefully hit my ball straight over the corner of the dog like into the correct landing area. So when you decided to play aggressive doesn't mean you have to have an aggressive swing doesn't mean you can't take specific aim point and doesn't mean you always have to hit driver.

2018-08-23

Pete Styles â?? PGA Teaching Pro Pete Styles – PGA Teaching Pro

We often talk about course management tips and making sure we're analyzing risk and reward and and using our course management well. There's going to be a time in a place where you're going to say you know what I'm going to go for this I'm going to take on the corner of that dogleg I'm going to take the risk this time I'm going to try and drive it onto this path. or in to rather than playing the iron down the middle for safety and that's fine as long as you have weighed up the options there's no problem with taking the more aggressive route but I think the key to what we want to do now is give you the best chance to take on that aggressive route and get the best result out of it. So I think one of the options that people often take is when they take the aggressive route in terms of the line they also make really bad swings now they might pick a dogleg and think you know I'm going to drive over the corner of that dog like and then when they set up because it's an aggressive route they change their whole person and they take a very aggressive stance a very aggressive sort of pre-shot waggle and they hit the thing far far harder than they ever would do normally therefore making a bad contact therefore making a bad result.

So if you've decided that you're going to take on this corner this dog like we still actually want to go ahead and make the best swing we can make. So just drop into your normal routine take the swing nice and easy use that the right club Yes and take the right target line but actually make a good quality swing on the ball and we just touched on it there but taking the right target line is important you know if I'm aiming over the corner of a dog like I still want to be quite specific about where I'm aiming. I don't want to sort of aim somewhere into that massive forest of trees and hit and hope you five judge how far I can hit the ball how far over that corner of the dogleg I can carry it and now I want to be very specific about where I'm aiming. So I'm going to pick along there I'm going to go right third green tree along there is that's what I'm aiming for and I stand behind the ball I'm looking down my target I'm quite specifically picking out a spot and I'm lining up, and hating quite accurately over the top of that is that idea of having a specific target is particularly important the other consideration is just making sure that you are choosing the right club. So we're not to be too aggressive and just smash everything with driver it might be the cam taking on that corner dogleg but maybe my drive is going to run a fair way on the side anyway. So I can choose their three warder a hybrid club to to get the right shot. So once I've picked my target line I take good aim really specifically aiming exactly down thereafter chosen my driver that's the one I want to hit and I'm going to swing nice and easy and easy and smooth, and hopefully hit my ball straight over the corner of the dog like into the correct landing area. So when you decided to play aggressive doesn't mean you have to have an aggressive swing doesn't mean you can't take specific aim point and doesn't mean you always have to hit driver.