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Question

How do you not tense up off the tee when facing a shot into the wind or a narrow fairway with trouble on both sides?

Fred
March 08, 2017

Bobby’s Answer

This is a great question, Fred. The key is to be consistent in your pre-shot routine, never letting the difficulty of a shot change the way you prepare and set up. I explain in this video:

Comments

  1. Very good advice. I’ve been playing for 60 yrs. and all of sudden i started to shank my 9 iron and all my wedges, Tried many different things, my none have helped so far. I even took a couple of lessons and I still have this problem. HELP. Thanks Jim

  2. Hey Bobby, I am 87, still playing, pretty much shooting my age. Is there a way for us old guys to get more clubhead speed?

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