Good situations to avoid backspin and roll

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Following are some tips on when to avoid backspin and roll in Golden Tee:

When hitting into a green with a front or back pin – it’s best to let the ball land in front of the hole and roll on up towards the pin.

When hitting an approach shot into the wind – it’s best to take an extra club and let the wind knock the ball flat by the pin.

When you’re driving up or down hill – you’ll want carry on each of these shots, so just pull back and let it rip!

When hitting an approach shot into an up-sloped green – attack the front of the flag and let the slope of the green stop the ball.

When you’re executing a punch-and-run chip shot – the point of this shot in Golden Tee is to try to roll the ball into the hole. You don’t want backspin or topspin adding any more complexity to the shot – have confidence and roll it in!

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