Looking at the way you perform through the course of a game can give you a lot of powerful information that can be transferred into results the next time you play.
I have talked to many golfers and there seems to be a consistency with a lot of them relating to their performance on the front nine compared to the way they play on the back nine in most tournaments.
Not that there is a consistency in their game, but a consistency in the part of the game where they consistently fare worst.
Some people struggle to get their game right for the first nine holes and then improve on the back nine, whilst others start off fine and then fade on the last nine holes.
It is like there is a switch that gets flicked half way through the game and their performance changes in one direction or another.
There is always a reason why this is happening and targeting that reason can result in some excellent improvements to your score.
More often than not the second nine holes result in a poorer performance and this can be due to a number of factors.
Those factors can be fatigue or a lack of hydration.
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