How To Hit In-Between Yardage Shots

By SwingxSwing
Wednesday January 25th, 2017 8:10 am EST


Rarely, if ever, do we pace off or shoot a yardage and get a perfect number. More often than not, we’re left with a decision: muscle a shorter club, or choke down on the longer club. Greg Hiller explains to you the two rules of thumb to abide by when choosing what club to hit into a green.

<— Yesterday’s Lesson


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