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[divider_bar_wide]divider [/divider_bar_wide] [two_columns_1] [/two_columns_1] [two_columns_2]1. PRACTICE PLAN Use the PRACTICE PLAN form to organize your practice sessions in advance. [/two_columns_2]


[divider_bar_wide]divider [/divider_bar_wide] [two_columns_1] [/two_columns_1] [two_columns_2]2. FAVORITE WEDGE One of the most valuable shots you can have on the course is your FAVORITE WEDGE. Dialing this distance in can save you 2 to 10 shots per round. [/two_columns_2]


[divider_bar_wide]divider [/divider_bar_wide] [two_columns_1] [/two_columns_1] [two_columns_2]3. DIRECTION There are three aspects of shot-making: Direction, Distance, and Shape. Use this DIRECTION form to begin tracking your directional accuracy. [/two_columns_2]


[divider_bar_wide]divider [/divider_bar_wide] [two_columns_1] [/two_columns_1] [two_columns_2]4. DISTANCE CONTROL The second aspect of shot-making is learning to control how far your ball travels. Use the DISTANCE form to begin tracking and improving your ability to hit shots to a defined distance. [/two_columns_2]


[divider_bar_wide]divider [/divider_bar_wide] [two_columns_1] [/two_columns_1] [two_columns_2]5. SHOT SHAPING The last component of shot-making is learning how to control the shape of your shot, and then being able to create the shape you want, on purpose. Use the SHOT SHAPE form to learn track your progress in moving the ball from right to left, left to right, high, and low. [/two_columns_2]