There is a saying baseball, that being the notion of a 'five tool player.' To put it simply, a five tool player is a player that is sound in all five main aspects of the game. That is to say, between hitting, fielding, pitching, running, and hitting for power, there is no weak point in their game. Golf has very different tools, but the principal still applies. You could be a great driver of the ball, but if you can't putt, then your scores will reflect the weakness in your game. The true path to lower scores isn't doing A, B, or C, it's about making sure all aspects of your game are constantly improving. Join Tim Graves, PGA, as he talks about how you can make that happen.