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Adapting Your Golf Game After an Injury: How Circles Can Help
Adapting Your Golf Game After an Injury: How Circles Can Help
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Written by Craig Dixon
Updated over a week ago

If you're dealing with physical limitations, such as a reduction in your driving distance due to an injury, don't worry. You can still maintain a competitive edge on the golf course. Our tool, Circles, can help you understand and leverage your unique golfing abilities to optimize performance.

Identify Underperformance Area

Use Circles to spot where you might be falling short. For instance, if your drive isn't as powerful as before, the Strokes Gained analysis will show this.

Develop a Counterstrategy

Once you've identified an underperformance, you can focus on improving other aspects of your game. Compensate for a weaker drive with better approach play or a stronger short game.

Customize Training Plans

Use insights from Circles to tailor training plans that enhance your strengths and improve opportunities. For example, if your 7-iron covers less distance, work on precision and shot placement to gain an edge.

Leverage Course Strategy

Remember, golf isn't just about distance. Smart strategy, precision, and good decision-making skills can help you outplay competitors. Use these qualities, and the data from Circles, to create bespoke strategies that suit your current capabilities.

Circles, training plans, and the right course strategy can help you bridge performance gaps and continue enjoying the game of golf, regardless of any physical limitations. After all, the beauty of golf lies in its versatility and adaptability.

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