Whether you are a novice or an experienced player, at one time or another you will experience difficulties to move your game to the next plateau. It is not always a question of practising more, but rather of being able to break up the game into its different components in order to identify which of the three disciplines - the power game (driving and irons), the short game or the putting game - needs to be reinforced. Success in golf is largely focused on mastering each skill 'to the best of one's abilities', so it is fundamental to invest your time and effort where you really need it most: on the tee (swing), around the green (pitching, chipping), on the green (putting), in a hazard (bunker play).
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