Dismantle Dogleg Holes With Proper Strategy

Chris O’Connell & Jim Hardy

Chris O’Connell & Jim Hardy

SwingU Master Faculty, Golf Magazine & Golf Digest Top 100 Teachers

Let’s talk about golf course strategy. Using a sweeping right-to-left par-4 as our example, there are two ways to play it. You can either play it directly into the dogleg, cutting it from left-to-right, or drawing it with the dogleg.

Both options bring in some possibilities of danger if we don’t hit the perfect shot shape, but using a teed-low driver, we can hit a “squeeze cut” that avoids the big trouble that a dogleg hole brings into the mix.

 

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