Simplify your short game Three swings you can replicate
Do you lack confidence controlling distance with your pitch shots? Many, even most, of our golfers have one swing length for all pitch shots. They control their distance by accelerating or decelerating into the ball. That’s a tough task and just adds to the challenge of the shot. It’s very difficult to be precise.
Control distance with the length of your back-swing and follow-through. Work with three swing lengths using the clock face theory 9-3,11-1 and full swing. It will help you hit it closer more often through greater distance control.
Now you should create a wedge chart. An accurate recording of the distance each wedge travels depending on the length of your swing.
This will help you make better decisions on the course. This will help you hit your distance target more often.
Fill the gaps
Integrating a 9-3 and 11-1 swing into your wedge game is critical to ensure you are never between clubs again. You will be shocked by the consistency and confidence you gain. It only takes one lesson.