I wanted to share with you a great way to get your game sharp in a hurry. This is one of the games that we play on my golf teams in Florida. Find a course that allows you to practice on a hole, or find a golf center that has practice holes. Start at 100 yards with your 100-yard club and use five golf balls. Your goal is to hit the middle of the green with all five balls and two-putt. If you miss the green, you have to get up and down. You goal is to make three shots on four out of the five balls. If you make four out five from 100 yards, you can move back to your next club. If you start with a wedge at 100, your next club would be a 9-iron. The idea of the game is to keep working back until you reach a point where you cannot hit the green, and/or get up and down with the consistency of four out five. If you can’t take three strokes four out five times at 100 yards, then you need to take a look at your swing and your short game. Keep working on your swing and short game until you can get four out five. The best part of this game is that you will consistently work on short game. As you move back, you will notice what clubs need more work, and maybe you need to add some hybrids or more fairway woods. As you develop your game around this scoring game, your driver will become your club to set up your yardage on par-4 holes and on par-5 holes. You just get to hit an extra shot to set up your scoring. Keep at this and your scores will drop dramatically.