Hitting Crisp Wedges

Do you want to hit crisp solid wedges that dance around the pin like a mariachi band?

Of course you do, but part of the problem with wedge play is transfer of weight or lack there of.

We hang back on our back foot. We flip our wrists to try and get the ball in the air.

We catch it thin and we wave good bye to our ball as it climbs the atmosphere over the pin.

Sound familiar?

Watch today’s super duper simple drill to help you get your weight in all the right places.

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2 Responses to Hitting Crisp Wedges

  1. WILLIAM RALEIGH June 22, 2017 at 8:12 pm #

    i have heard many different solutions to curing a shank(some people forbid me to use that word in their presence) i believe in show and tell. Is there any one who will take the challenge and hit six golf shots alternating from shank to regular or regular to shank for six golf shots. I am not from Missouri, however. i like to be shown.
    i hope you can find someone.
    i like your posts. you bring humor to your delivery and i need to not take this game so seriously.
    Thank You, Bill

  2. WILLIAM RALEIGH June 22, 2017 at 8:15 pm #

    Elvis might say ” shank you ,shank you very much.

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