Everyone knows that you take more shots from 100 yards in than any other area of the course. This means that your short game is basically where the game is won or lost. By winning I mean shooting low scores, and by losing I mean shooting high scores. And yet, people will drive all the way to the driving range or arrive an hour before their tee off time, only to focus solely on hitting their driver and irons. Of course hitting balls will help lower your score, but practicing your short game will help you even more. This page is dedicated to providing practical advice, instruction and drills to better your short game and by extension, lower your handicap.