Short Game Tune-Up
Now that we’ve all been out playing a bit . . . or a lot . . . the winter rust is chipped off and the deficiencies in our golf games begin to show up and cost us strokes and turn pretty good rounds into bad one. Maybe it’s the driver, maybe the approach shots. But my bet is that almost every golfer really needs to sharpen their short game to get the most out of golf this season. Today’s post is prompted by an email from Charles P., who asked:
“My game is coming around after the winter layoff, but now that summer is here, I want to really work to lower my 14 handicap that I’ve lived with for several years. It’s apparent to me that it boils down to my up-and-down percentage – it’s just not good enough to turn missed greens into pars. How can I improve that part of my game?”Sure, Charles, as that is what the Wedge Guy is all about. Regardless of your handicap, a sharper short game will help you chisel strokes quicker than anything. So, let’s just dive into a few aspects that will help you, taking my own advice and working from the hole backward.
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