If you want to make more birdies, par 3’s aren’t the holes you should be targeting. Landing your tee shot in the most achievable area on the green and leaving two putts for par is a much better approach.
Know the deadly miss From the tee, identify the most dangerous hazard. Then think about how your natural shot shape pulls you into those hazards or helps you evade them. By understanding your swing you’ll minimize risk and maximize your chances of hitting the green.
Even the pros struggle on par 3’s. Data from the PGA Tour shows that par 3’s have the highest average over par score as compared to par 4’s and par 5’s.
Hit more greens
Let’s schedule some time on the course and help you make better decisions that will put you into more scoring positions.