The object of the short game is to get the ball up and down as quickly as possible to save strokes. I will show you my short game keys to allow you lower scores every time you play.
We all marvel at the PGA players ability to hit the low spinning chip that seems to come in hot and then grab and bite and stop close to the hole. Well- here is how it's done.
Consistent pitching can easily be established by how well you can control the trail arm. I really like this practice ritual from Justin Rose
Last week I started doing some work with Luke Donald. Luke has long been regarded as one of the finest bunker players in the history of the game. Here are a few insights to watch for while you view some of the videos I shot of him hitting bunker shots.
Bounce on the wedges is there to be your friend. In this video I show you which bounce to use for different shots and how to utilize the bounce correctly.
Low point control and loft control are two important factors in being reliable with your pitch shots. Learn in this video how some of the very best in the game work their magic on these shots.
Join Brendon Todd in one of our practice sessions where he explains the methods he employs in pitch shots. A resource that has enabled him to be one of the premier short game players on the PGA Tour
Wedge play is all about distance control and accuracy NOT about how far you actually can hit a wedge. Here is a simple tip that has been used forever to help you gain control on those shots from 100 yards and in.
Short game requires imagination and feel. Some use several clubs when around the green and some players rely on one club. Here is how the one club option works.
From experience most club golfers (and professionals mind you) are too one dimensional in their short games. See how imagination in club choice and landing spot can allow you to get closer to the hole and save countless strokes during your round of golf.