How To Negotiate Narrow Holes

Approaching a narrow and demanding tee shot can be intimidating if you’re not properly prepared to fit one down the fairway. Shawn Clement takes you through how he breaks down a tight tee shot so you can no longer worry about the trouble on either side of the fairway.

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