Posts Tagged ‘Improve at Golden Tee’

Hit second!

By • Updated: Sep 21st, 2008 • Category: Improvement

It’s a big advantage hitting second or lower off the tee when you’re playing Golden Tee with a group. The first guy gets to be the scapegoat, and it’s very important to pay attention to the shot he just executed. An important tip is to observe the results and then copy them or tweak your […]



Use mulligans!

By • Updated: Sep 21st, 2008 • Category: Improvement

This wouldn’t be encouraged in a normal round of Golden Tee with your buddies, but if you’re practicing a round by yourself, a great tip is to use up some mulligans in specific situations to get the feel on a particular shot. Mulligans aren’t allowed during a LIVE round since you’re competing against others, so […]



Know what your clubs can do!

By • Updated: Sep 21st, 2008 • Category: Improvement

This Golden Tee article was submitted by Baxter — thanks for your comments! Learn the distances with spin, without spin, with varying winds, etc. Don’t blame the hammer if you can’t build a house. As I noted before, I can back up a 3-iron to 177 yards about 90% of the time assuming a neutral […]



Improvement in Golden Tee

By • Updated: Sep 21st, 2008 • Category: Improvement

There’s no substitute for practice in Golden Tee, so keep at it! In addition to practicing, there are several other ways to help you improve your game. This section contains tips on how to keep getting better!