Should You Hit The Bump And Run Or A Flop Shot?

By SwingxSwing
Friday January 20th, 2017 8:30 am EST

One of the beauties of golf is that there is no perfect way to do anything. A long par-4 can be birdied by a long drive, wedge and a putt or two long irons and a long putt. There are no pictures on a scorecard. Holly Taylor runs you through the thought process that should go into choosing the type of shots you should be hitting around the greens.

<— Yesterday’s Lesson

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