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Play within your abilities to avoid getting 'short-sided'

It's a trap that's easy to fall into -- aiming for a pin near the edge of the green and finding yourself "short-sided." In today's video, Jim explains the dangers of getting short-sided and the keys to avoiding this situation.

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