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  • Study every green in detail

    Hamza Yunus - Apr 16, 2018

    Putting is the most important aspect of a practice round. It is the time you spend on and around the greens. From tee to green, once on the green, it's time for a little detective work: Where are the fall-off areas? Where is the safe (i.e. flat) part of the gr..

  • Easy transition from chipping to pitching

    Hamza Yunus - Jan 17, 2018

    The transition from chip to pitch can be made in a simple way. Continue the same one-level chipping stroke using your pitching wedge . Since the purpose now is to achieve a higher trajectory, the centerline of the body can now be moved directly over the ball. ..

  • Let your hips take the lead, not your arms

    Hamza Yunus - Jan 12, 2018

    Turn your shoulders as far as you can to the top of the back swing, while maintaining your original address posture. From the top initiate the downswing by turning your belt buckle and hips hard to the left while keeping your back to the target making a full 9..

  • Pre-shot routine is one of the keys to become consistent with your shots.

    Hamza Yunus - Jan 05, 2018

    How often have you birdied or even been able to par a hole after finding trouble off the tee? Hitting the fairway consistently is vital to playing well. However, it's no easy task, especially in a pressure situation such as a tournament. The following are a fe..

  • Work on the best wedge options

    Hamza Yunus - Dec 28, 2017

    Work on the best wedge options Depending on the nature of the course, you will quickly find out what type of recovery shots you need to practice around the green. Like on a links-type of course, the bump-and-run is usually a useful option but on a parklan..

  • How to play a practice round and make the best of it?

    Hamza Yunus - Dec 26, 2017

    These are the things a player need to keep in mind in order to play a effective practice round doesn't matter what the tournament format is. It is important that you get a feel for the course, particularly the way the greens receive a ball, and the speed at w..