1. Take Dead Aim - Harvey Penick
2. One Shot at a Time - Bobby Jones, among numerous others
3. Swing Easy and Accept the Extra Distance - Sam Snead, Julius Boros
4. Clip the Tee or Brush the Grass - Harvey Penick, Johnny Miller
5. Play Comfortable or Play Within Yourself - Raymond Floyd, Bobby Jones...
6. Grip the Club Firmly With the Last Two or Three Fingers of the Left Hand for Right-Handed Players - Bobby Jones, Sam Snead, Ben Hogan
7. The Best Shot Possible is Not Necessarily the Best Shot to Play - Bobby Jones
8. Take it Back and Pull it through with the Left Hand for Right-Handed Golfers - Bobby Jones, Sam Snead, Billy Casper...
9. The Woods are Full of Long Drivers - Harvey Penick
10. I Can Hit a Seven Iron 180 Yards, But It Doesn't Mean I Try to Do It - Raymond Floyd
I notice that some of these tips amount to the same thing, namely, it is better to exercise a bit of restraint if it is your score you're concerned about. Bobby Jones said that he had to learn not to rely on a series of brilliant sallies, but instead to play conservatively, before he started winning Majors. I know that I play my best when I err on the conservative side. I don't know about you, but I find myself having to learn these lessons over and over again. But then, no one ever accused me of being very smart.