A few tips from the pro shop staff to help you get yourself out of the heavier stuff:
1. Instead of hitting a traditional fairway wood which will not cut through the rough well, choose a hybrid or in extreme cases a mid to short iron. Getting back on the fairway will be better than leaving it in the rough!
2. Focus on hitting the ball first. While this is always good advice, it is particularly important in heavy rough. Any grass between the club and ball will cause problems.
3. Smooth tempo with your driver will result in more fairways hit.
We are doing our best to keep up and the growth will slow down in the not too distant future...
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