Strategy for Dog Legs

Strategy for Dog Legs

"Actually, once in a while all the best you can do is give yourself a shot at a par. You need to admit that your golf skills aren't suited for specific openings, so your approach should change from How can I get it the ball around the dog leg, to How can I place the ball for a good second shot, or a shot at the green.
That is good advice, says sport analyst Bob Rotella. Time and again a tricky shot, one that seems as though it requires a particular kind of drive, can make golfers try to pull off a miracle shot. Awful move.

"Rationally, you must stay within your capabilities. Try not to let the state of an opening exclusively manage your procedure," he says. "I wouldn't try to hit a shot I didn't know or generally play. In the event that a driver isn't the best choice, hit a 3-wood. On the off chance that a 3-wood doesn't fit, hit a hybrid, etc. Take the necessary steps to put the ball in play. In any case, be clear and focus on whatever shot you choose." - https://bit.ly/2A6QiqZ