Re: Golfers of RedsZone (aka War Stories from the Rough)
I never found that focusing on a particular score helped me to improve. Rather, I used to take notes during a round to show where my weaknesses were so I could focus on them. I realized that a green in regulation is not always realistic, but reducing putts is. For instance, on a lot of par fours, I'm not on the green, but I'm usually around it. So, I worked and worked on chipping around the green, trying to turn two putts into one. Pretty soon I found myself about 5-7 strokes lower per round.
Next Reds manager, second shooter. --Confirmed on Redszone.