When you’re pitching the ball are you focusing on where you want the ball to end up. Or where you want to land the ball?
I think that if you focused on where to land the ball as opposed to wanting to get it close to the hole you’ll find your pitches, invariably, will end up closer to the hole.
Here’s a fun little drill…zap off or walk off a 30-50 yard pitch. With about 5 balls, try and get the ball close to the hole.
Now lay your golf towel on the green where you’d like the ball to land and pitch 5 more balls.
I think you’ll find that when you pick your landing area, when you focus on a specific spot to land the ball instead of the hole, your misses are going to be much smaller than if you focus on the spot where you want the ball to end up.
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