Plot Your Way Around The Golf Course

If you want to save strokes, you may want to start plotting your way around the golf course. It doesn’t take any extra time. It doesn’t take any swing changes. But it can help you save strokes…just by using your head a little.

We often get into a routine when we play the same golf course day-after-day. Driver, 7 iron, chip, putt. But what if we took a little extra time to think about how/where we approached the green from.

We can split the green up into three separate sections. The technology of the golf watch allows us to do this with greater ease. Then we pick the section that gives us the best chance to hit the green and give us a chance for a putt.

If you are interested in learning more about how a GPS watch can benefit your game and how to secure a pretty sweet discount on one, look no further, we have the G2 Hybrid. It is preloaded with over 40,000 courses from around the world, utilizes GPS to automatically recognize the course and hole you’re on and it displays the remaining slope compensated distance to the green. Have a look: Hybrid Golf Watch with Slope.

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One Response to Plot Your Way Around The Golf Course

  1. Brian Anderson January 10, 2020 at 10:47 am #

    you are correct…and sometimes it’s about how far the club ‘flies’, not total distance.
    Keep the tips coming.

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