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Three Simple Tricks to Getting More Pars each Round in Golf

Par in golf is the number of strokes it should take an experienced golfer to make their rounds on the course. The number is the number of strokes it takes to complete a hole. Each hole may have a par and the entire golf course may have a par that includes strokes of all holes. For golfers to be able to complete the course and achieve their rounds on the course, they need to understand a few basic elements that could help improve their game.

The key to getting more pars is based on your practice techniques. You need to look into ways to help you practice your shots better and perfect certain techniques. Here are three tips to help you understand how to adjust your approach when getting more pars on rounds in golf.

  1. Have an idea of a good range for your shot. Most players do this with short putting, but when you don’t you tend to do poorly when you don’t have a range you can be proficient in hitting the ball to. You want to work toward being within 3 to 5 feet of your target (hole).
  2. When you putt you can work toward eliminating 3-putts. This is a great way to increase par because you avoid a bogey. This means you need to work on your lag putting skills. This is a simple tip because it allows you to work on getting the ball within distance of the hole. You can do this from different areas on the green. You just need to make sure you can hit the ball within the imaginary circle you visualize being around the hole.
  3. If you are not a good chipper then now is the time to improve your technique. Chipping is known as a good way to help golfers make par. This has partly to do with the concept of visualizing a circle around your target. You want to get the ball inside of the circle. Accept you are not just working to get the ball in range. Once you get it in range you need to practice hitting the ball again from here toward your target. This can make it easier for you to get par and eventually a hole in one. Remember to practice if you expect to see progress.