Whether it's the final day of a major or the final hole of a $5 Nassau with your friends, all players feel pressure. That's cool all it means is that you want to win. You just can't let those pressure-filled moments overwhelm you on the course. Whether you have a drive that must find the fairway or a short putt you need to sink, the key to performing under pressure is to rely on your go-to shots and focus on staying with your pre-shot routine. You feel butterflies? Well, OK just make sure the butterflies all go in the same direction. Focus on what you need to do not on the moment and you'll find that the moment will take care of itself. Here's how I do it in five key score-saving situations.
"You face pressure-packed situations in every round you play. My secret to keeping cool? Know your go-to shot for the tee box, fairway and around the green. Once you have these trusty plays in place, all you need to do is commit to the shot and smoothly pull the trigger." Hunter Mahan