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Hello all, I have been playing golf for the better part of 15 years, however I have never taken the sport seriously until the last two years or so. One thing I have noticed being out on the course alot more and playing with different people every time (my buddies don't play so I walk one as a single), is that there is a lot of questionable theories, tips, legends, and strategies. So I hoping that you could share what you have heard over the years and what has actually worked and what was more Bullsh*t. It would be good to learn what to ignore out there and what to take as sound advice. Some of the things that have come to mind are: -Tee it up lower and hit it straight but shorter. (seen results) -Greens break towards ocean on seaside courses and away from mountains on desert courses. -Hitting the net next to a tee box is a redo. (might be course rules) -The pros play balls unavailable to the public. These are just a few that I can think of right now. so lets hear yours and the answers to these to help wade through the BS Many Thanks