Manchester, United Kingdom (PRWEB) January 15, 2014
As Zach Johnson takes the Hyundai Tournament of Champions title this week in Hawaii, the team at UltimateGolfAdvantage.com marks Johnson’s 11th USPGA Tour title with the publication of a new guide to mastering the greenside bunker with the same technique as PGA pros. The quick-read guide is available now at http://www.UltimateGolfAdvantage.com/how-to-get-out-of-greenside-bunkers/.
Inspired by the world number seven golfer’s impressive final round in the Kapalua-based tournament, the Ultimate Golf Advantage team’s latest “quick-read” guide pays tribute to the golfer who understands the importance of a strong short game in high-pressure situations. Ultimate Golf Advantage representative, Alex Davidson, commented:
“Johnson’s final round of 66, which included seven birdies, secured his victory over Jordan Spieth by a single shot,” He continued: “Showcasing his infamous short-game mastery with quality putts, chips and pitches, Johnson claimed the title and reminded golfers worldwide of the importance of practicing their short-game not only in terms of technique, but also in terms of strategy.”
Celebrating Zach Johnson’s victory, the UGA team announces the publication of a free guide to conquering the short game with an unexpected technique – using the greenside bunker. “Greenside Bunkers – the Best of Bad Options” outlines how golfers can use Greenside Bunkers strategically to get out of tricky situations.
“There are certain techniques that pros like Zach Johnson use, which seem counter-intuitive to the amateur golfer,” Mr. Davidson explained. “Ultimately, when faced with a losing round, pros like Johnson know how to pick the best of their bad options to recover in critical moments.”
Alex Davidson recently partnered with pro golf mind coach, Lee Crombleholme, to offer free training to help golfers with their short game and developing a winning golf mindset (the training videos are available now at http://www.UltimateGolfAdvantage.com/wgm-free-video/). Mr. Davidson believes that amateur players should practice their physical and mental game strategy for worst-case scenarios because of the unpredictability of the game of golf, saying:
“Making tough technical decisions on demand is one part of the equation, the other is overcoming the mental pressure and nerves that inevitably arise when the stakes are high.”
Johnson kept his emotions in check as he fell behind his competitors and managed to maintain a calm demeanor as he putted his way back into the lead.
“People see pros like Johnson keeping calm under intense pressure and feel like they can never achieve that kind of focus on the green, when in reality that calmness is often because these pros are prepared for any eventuality,” said Mr. Davidson.
He concluded the interview by expressing his desire for Ultimate Golf Advantage’s new “quick-read” guide to remind golfers that there are always ways to turn a losing round into a victorious round – even when all hope seems lost.
The guide is available now at http://www.UltimateGolfAdvantage.com/how-to-get-out-of-greenside-bunkers/
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