The best in the game work diligently on their scoring clubs to get the most out of their game. Your scoring clubs are your wedges and your putter. The more your can fine tune these clubs and dial in distance the lower your score will go. His will also boost your confidence which will effect your entire game. Here is one way that you can practice these shots right on the course. The next time you go out in early evening to play nine holes before it gets dark try something a little different. Go right past the tee and drop a ball at 90 yards on the fairway and hit it into the green. Now go to 70 yards in the rough and hit that shot in. Then go to 50 yards in the first cut and hit that one in. You goal is to get all of these balls in the hole in three shots or better.
Now write down your score for each ball. On to the next hole. Now you will drop one ball at 60 yards in the fairway and again hit it into the green. Next drop a ball 30 yards in the rough and hit that in. And last drop a ball in a bunker and hit that one in. Score again on these will be three or better and two for any bunker shots. Once again write down your score for all three balls. Keep track of how many putts also for each.
Now on to hole three. Now you will drop a ball at 80 yards on the right side of the fairway. Hit it in and then move to 50 yards on the left side of the fairway and hit it in the go to 25 yards in the fairway and hit it in. Score three or better on each shot and again keep track of putts. Continue dropping one ball in the fairway form 110 yards to 75 yards on the remaining six holes as you first shot. Drop your second ball between 70 and 45 yards in the rough or on the right or left side of the fairway. Hit those in. Then drop your third ball between 30 and 20 yards alternating rough and fairway on each hole and drop at least one more of those in a bunker in one of these remaining holes. Again write your scores for each shot three for all of the shots will be par and two for all bunker shots will be par. You will begin to dial in those distances and it will also put some pressure on your game. Do this one night a week for the season and see how much your scores drop.