Golf Vs Golf Research Paper

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Which aspect of golf is most important for a recreational golfer to practice? To get from the tee box to close to around the green, or to get in the hole from close to the green? I believe that short game is more important than long game, because golfers use and lose the most strokes in this part of golf. If you can cut the strokes you use by the green, you can start to score lower, and lower, and lower. PUTTING AND CHIPPING
First, let's talk about some basic golf facts. A full length 18 hole golf course is often a par 72, which is designed to give each golfer 2 strokes for putting on each hole. This assumes that he golfer hits the green “in regulation”, which means the golfer’s first putt is for birdie, but the number one golfer in the world only does that 75% of the time. When you are striking a golf ball in the immediate area around the green, usually 30 yards or less, this is known as a golfer's short game. This area usually requires a high lofted club such as a wedge or putter. With half of the game dedicated to putting and strokes around the hole, (as you will most likely not two putt for par) many good golfers also have to be good at getting up and
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Practicing golf can’t make you perfect, but it can make you better. Although you can get good at certain aspects of golf, knowing which parts of your game to pay attention to more than others is important in getting better. Between practicing long game or short game, short game is much more important as you can get improve much more through this way rather than just being able to hit the ball long and far. Being able to chip and putt consistently well will save you a lot of strokes, versus getting to the green in fewer strokes and wasting a few good shots with a series of bad putts or

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