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December 12, 2013
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December 15, 2015
I tend to handle this a different. Not wanting to brag about what I did, I usually start the conversation by mentioning what my fellow golfer did well today. Typically they will return the favor with positive comments about my shots. I find this a little easier to start the conversation. Then I begin to discuss some of my better shots. Do you agree with this approach? I am blessed to play with a large group (24 +) who are mostly positive and supportive on every shot for other golfers, and not always so good to themselves with their conversations.
September 11, 2018
Yes I agree it’s good to focus on what you did well that day. But when I get home I also go over my card and look the the big number holes. I am trying to find something common that I can improve on. For example I am now working on 70 to 100 yard approach shots that I often pull and miss the green, adding at least a shot to the hole. What do you think of this approach?
David is out of commission for a couple of weeks. Once he gets back he can answer you.
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