I have so much fun showing ladies how to use stroke-and-distance to win a Louis Vuitton purse! When your ball is in a bunker and you don’t care to play it from there (either because it’s plugged, or perhaps on a downhill lie, uphill lie or up against the
Rule 16.1 covers free relief from abnormal course conditions, including ground under repair, immovable obstructions such as cart paths and sprinkler heads, animal holes, and
Dr. Shannon Reece is a sports psychologist, and the founder of TrainingForOptimalPerformance.com. She has taught golfers of all different levels how to maximize what’s between
Think you ALWAYS get free relief from a cart path? Think again…. There’s one twist you need to know about free relief from immovable obstructions.
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