Like with many outdoor sports, success in golf depends quite heavily on the ability to adapt to nature. Links, mountain and desert-style golf courses span a range of distinct climates and earth formations, and successful game plans vary widely depending on these factors. No course is exactly alike, but in all cases, the key to success is in learning how to adjust to the surroundings.
Tailoring Your Game for Mountain, Desert and Links Style CoursesBy Ben Myers
Ben Myers has been writing professionally since 2006. His work has appeared in metropolitan, community and business publications in Oregon, Chicago and New Orleans. Myers has earned numerous awards from the Oregon Newspaper Publishers Association, Chicago Headline Club and Louisiana Press Association. He holds an M.S. in journalism from the University of Oregon.