1. The more you know about a particular course, your true opponent the better chance of making correct offensive and defensive moves, minimising mistakes and thus winning.
2. Jack Nicklaus carries a memo pad to jot down important notes. To use in tournament
he marks circled areas to show the best areas to land tee shots, darkened areas to designate dangerous hazards to the side of the fairway or green. Tiny x to mark slopes in the green.
3. He takes notes what greens wer
Distinguising features of great players: 1. Simplicity, concentration, Economy of time.
2. It is not solely the capacity to make great shots that makes a champion but the essential quality of making very few bad shots.
Your note that what distinguishes the winner is that he made fewer bad strokes than the rest.
The secret that the way to win was by making fewer bad shots.
3. Two rules apply for 99%
a.Play the shot you've got the greatest chance of playing well
I took lessons with Michael Walker for three years on short game. Michael has worked for many years as Pete Cowans assistsant but also coaches many top players in his own right to include Matt Fitpatrick. Below aremy notes from an old lesson with Michael.
1. Practice Pitching with 3 swing lengths: HIP, CHEST, SHOULDER: This refered to swing lengths of the left arm going back in order to control the distance of pitch shots. Find a few distances that you are good at and are m