Sets of drills targeted at developing a full skill sets of shots and mastery of flight characteristics. Players taking part are encouraged to post their experiences and feedback.
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Go to the course when it isn't as busy. Play the hole as a forehand, backhand, and roller/tomohawk/thumber. This forces you to see the possibilities and develop more throws. I have done it and learned that there are advantages to each throw.
Best of luck
- Tree Magnet
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Love the idea. I've tried to do a few course using only one type of throw. Takes less time, but I feel your method would work better because you're there in the moment.
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The only downside to this method, is you automatically make an adjustment to wind conditions, etc... so you will correct your throws accordingly, but I do this when I play a 9hole round sometimes, I will throw my normal shot and then some other experimental shot.
- Naturally Athletic
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