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British Open Championship Golf

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British Open Championship Golf
Tip 1:
When first playing the game, start with the
Novice level at St. Andrews. This is a much
easier driving course than Royal Troon, and
you won't have to spend all day in the rough
while you get the hang of the swing mechanism.
Tip 2:
Troon is a difficult course that requires
accurate driving and long-iron play.
When you're up to the challenge, try it
on the Pro level.
Tip 3:
If you find yourself in one of the numerous
deep bunkers on these courses, use the high-sand
lob on the Shot Designer screen to get out.
These are evil bunkers, and just getting out
is a tough job. You'll also find the "bump-and-run"
shot very useful on St. Andrews--especially on windy
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