April 02, 2010

Improve Your Par-3 Play to Score a Hole In One

US Hole In One is a premier hole-in-one insurance provider and is improving every year. The more clients we attract, the better and more inviting our hole in one insurance has to become. It’s a growing process that we enjoy. US Hole In One’s clients are primarily golfers so in this blog segment we would like to share some tips that will sharpen your par 3 game.

Here are some score-damaging scenarios to think about:
1. You’re hitting to an island green with water around
2. The pin is located behind a bunker
3. There is a sucker pin in the left or right corner of the green

So we at US Hole In One are wondering what your strategies for these scenarios are? Well water is a golfer’s nightmare. Some would find this rather funny because we need water to survive. So think of it as being there for decoration. Figure out what the wind is doing and adjust accordingly. For example if the wind is blowing from left to right, expect to see your ball move in that direction. Be brave, grip the club SOFTLY and try to make your best swing. Acceptance in golf, coupled with a positive attitude will take you a long way. Who knows; you might get a hole-in-one!

Next, if a pin is located behind a bunker NEVER miss it short unless you have a tour short game, but you will still be at the mercy of your lie. Hopefully the ball won’t plug! You can avoid all this chance by simply selecting enough club to safely get over the bunker, even if you mishit the ball slightly. This is a scenario where a 20ft putt is better than a plugged lie in the bunker.

Lastly, sucker pins have bogey or worse written all over them. HIT TO THE FAT PART OF THE GREEN. Once again, a 20 ft putt is better than a flop shot!

We hope these US HOLE In One certified tips help your game and we would be delighted if you took a look at our hole in one insurance. Nothing completes a golf outing more than hole in one prizes. These prizes give golfers an incentive to play in your event so don’t miss out.