Stop Coming Up Short on Par 3s

Short on Par 3s?  It’s well known that most amateur golfers find themselves short of the flag on their approach shots or Par 3 tee shots. So, why is that? Because they under club or select the club that flies at or near the desired distance when hit just right.

Short on Par 3s

News alert! The majority of amateurs don’t hit it just right and thus find themselves short. I know, nothing new here, but if you want to shoot lower scores, you NEED to club up versus going with your stock shot every time.

Watch Mr. Short Game for his interesting take on this golf tip. Try this approach next time out practicing your short game. You’ll get a feel for your distance and accuracy when selecting one or even two clubs up from your “just right shot.”  This is one of the best short game videos to stop coming up short on Par 3s

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4 Responses to Stop Coming Up Short on Par 3s

  1. Chuck Urwin January 31, 2021 at 11:50 am #

    Great advice! I will use that this Thursday with my fellow Seniors! Hope it helps me! Thanks. Chuck

    • Keith @ GolfersRX February 6, 2021 at 4:34 am #

      Thanks Chuck. Let us know how it goes and bookmark this page. Mr. Short Game is busy filming new tips for GolfersRx this week.


  2. David Bloom January 31, 2021 at 2:51 pm #

    Need to write that on our bag…golf ball etc. “Take one more”. Great advice. Swing within yourself!!

  3. Dale Rhodes July 16, 2021 at 10:29 am #

    175 yards is in possible for me to reach except with a driver!!!

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