Category: Adverse Weather
You want to know how the temperature changes the blades of grass and speed on the greens.
You are playing in strong wind conditions.
You are playing at a course that has much faster greens than you are used to. Your home course is using less water due to cooler temperatures, which is causing faster greens.
Your ball landed in the mud and you need to learn how to lift it out.
Your ball landed in the rough and the tall grass is really wet.
Your ball landed in very dry or burned out rough and you still have a long distance before reaching the pin.
The wind is blowing into your face and you are about 100 yards from the pin.
You need accuracy on an elevated tee box or in windy conditions.
Needing a low and dependable shot with irons during high wind or you need to shoot under an obstacle on the course.
It is windy out and you find your ball on a downhill slope in the sand.