Bad weather in golf is a real challenge. It adds an extra element to an already difficult sport. It taxes your creativity, imagination, and fortitude. And it tests your playing skills. But if you live in an area that’s not conducive to golf year round, playing in bad weather is the only way you can extend the season. The goal is not to let the bad weather affect your scores or you golf handicap.
But to do that, it pays to know what you’re doing. That means knowing the keys to playing when it’s bad out: In addition to controlling the ball and using your imagination to make different shots, you need to have a game plan before starting out and to execute your short game to save strokes. Helpful to playing well on good days, these keys are critical to scoring low in bad weather. Continue reading “Improve Your Golf Game in Bad Weather”