How to Develop a Par 5 Strategy

Having a solid par 5 strategy is key to shooting lower scores.

But it’s not always easy to determine exactly how you should attack the greens.

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4 comments on “How to Develop a Par 5 Strategy
  1. Dan says:

    This is a very true tip
    For the mid to lower handicap player the par 5 is a good chance at par or possibly getting a stroke back from a bad hole at best
    If I had a dollar for every person I played with that hit the longest shots possible on a par 5 I’d be rich!

    Sometimes playing it backward as CJ suggests takes a little to get used to but you will find
    That you’ll par or even birdie more chances then the alternative and for a mid to lower handicap player this can possibly take 2-4 strokes off your usual round!

    • CJ Goecks says:

      Dan,
      Thanks for the comment. You bring up a good point about eliminating a shot or two per hole. The great way to think about this is if someone is an 8 handicap do I need to teach them to make 8 more birdies in a round to shoot even or reduce the number of big numbers and bogeys that they make. Have a great holiday season and talk to you soon.
      Keep em Long and Straight,
      CJ

  2. Max says:

    Thanks CJ never thought of it this way makes alot of sense though. Your approach in is very important though. Alot to think about just started this game about 4 years ago. Fun game .

    • CJ Goecks says:

      Max,
      Thanks for the comment. These little things (which aren’t so little) will make a huge difference to your game. These thoughts and course management tips allow players to shoot a good score even though they don’t always hit the ball well. Hope your holidays are special and keep in touch.
      Keep em Long and Straight,
      CJ

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