Mr. Short Game is back, and he’s staring down a Tough Par 4 in today’s How to Golf video. Watch as he shares and executes a tee to green strategy for challenging tricky par 4 holes.
Tough Par 4
First thing… you never walk up to a challenging hole or any hole for that matter with two balls in your pocket. It’s a mindset thing. You need 100% confidence going into these holes. Especially with your tee shot.
So lose the second ball and watch today’s golf tip.
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