When you look back at the great rounds you've played, what comes to mind? Sure, you were putting good. And I'm sure your drives were at least playable.
And when I look back on my better scores, all those factors are true, but the one thing that stands out is my short game, around the green.Ping K15 Driver
The short game is totally about comfort and feel. You really need to get a mental image of yourself hitting the perfect shot. Don't mess around with trying all kinds of fancy-crazy shots unless you totally have them in your bag. Make the same consistent shot over and over. Just focus on the power of that repeatable chip.
What helps me is imagining that my sand wedge (this is the clubPing K15 Irons I use around the greens - yours might be a pitching wedge or 8 iron, etc.) is an extension of my left arm. I view it as almost another part of my body.
And when I successfully keep that focus through the round my scores are generally 4 to 5 strokes better.
Another thing to keep in mind is that age-old advice of trying to chip the ball so that it stops within a 3 foot circle around the hole.Golf Clubs For Sale
Have you been running the ball by the hole? Then lessen your power a bit. Feel like your chipping club is part of you.
This advice may seem a little primitive, but it is so very essential to lower your score.