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Controlling your aggression
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Ken Brown


When do you hold back and when do you really go for it?

Attacking the pin and looking for birdies suits many top players.

But other don't like the fact that any mistakes they make affect the team as a whole - especially during the singles matches.

The captain has an important role to decide which players will play better under certain conditions.

For example the foursomes game - where one ball is played per team - suits a more experienced player with a steady nerve to keep the ball in play and avoid mistakes.

The fourball allows players to be aggressive and go for holes against their opponents.





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