I can’t say it enough: “I can’t say it enough: ‘I can’t say it enough’.” I love it. This little gem sums up the whole key to picking a winner in a game of golf. But, the fact of the matter is, this is one key you can’t overlook.
This key is the quick pick-six. One of the biggest weaknesses in golf, especially for the high handicapper, is how long a drive you can make before your ball stops. Many professional golfers have found that the quickest way to win is to hit a decent driver on the last hole, stop on the green after the putt, then follow the ball with a fairway wood and strike it into the cup.
That last part of the key is key to the game, so it’s very difficult to overlook. In fact, that’s one of the reasons you need a nice driver to hit the key: to be able to hit the key on the last hole. The key is also one of the most valuable scoring opportunities in the game. The shorter the drive, the less chance you have of hitting the key.
While the golf-course analogy is true, it is also true that the shorter the drive, the less chance you have of hitting the key. That is why it’s important to have a good driver on the last hole. Even if you have a good lie, you only have a small chance of hitting the key.
That’s why Smith found a way to make the key a key-pick six. First, he got his driver to hit the key more often than the ball. Then he got the ball to hit the key more often than the driver. So if you had a good driver on the last hole, you should have a better chance of hitting the key than you do with your driver.
For years we’ve been looking at ways to get us the best chance of hitting the key. But what’s better than hitting the key, especially on a golf course? Getting the ball to hit the key the most times in the shortest time. That’s what Smith’s new ‘Key-Pick Six’ method is all about. It’s a shot that takes less than one second to complete, but it’s the fastest way to get the ball to hit the key.
The new Key-Pick Six is essentially a spin attack. You simply put your driver on the ground and spin it back and forth, taking a small fraction of a second to hit the key. When you’re done you simply take a few steps back and start all over again in another direction. It’s like a cross between a shot from a water polo player and a spin backhand.
This particular spin-based key pick trick has been used by several pro players, including the legendary Mike Smith (now with the Carolina Panthers). Smith has a reputation as a pro pick-sixer, and one of the first players to use a spin-based key pick on an official pro tour. He is one of the players who have proven that they can play at a very high level even when their back is against the wall.
Smith’s game is one of the most complete I’ve played. It’s easy to pick up, and the opponent is always going to be one that has no chance of countering the pick. It’s also very challenging for the opponent to counter a pick that is one of the most efficient ways to get into the basket.
If you like pick-six games it might be the one to pick up. Smiths is probably one of the most complete pick-six games of any pro, and while I’ve yet to pick up his game, I’m sure that it is as good as the competition.