Most players get to the No. 1-handicap hole and think about just trying to survive without destroying the round. Being cautious is understandable. We feel it, too, especially in the majors, where course setups can be brutal. But you'll have more success if you treat that 485-yard par 4 the same as all the others, instead of playing it safe. I used the strategies here to win two major championships, and they'll work just as well for you no matter what hole you're playing. It's time to start looking forward to the challenge and stop playing with fear. —With Matthew Rudy