Attack Different Pins With Different Trajectories

Mark Blackburn

Mark Blackburn

SwingU Master Faculty, Golf Magazine Top-100, Golf Digest Top-50 in America, No. 1 in Alabama

When you’re trying to score better with your wedges, adjust your trajectory coming into the green. For a front pin location, you want to play a fuller, high shot that uses spin. For a middle pin location, a slightly lower trajectory will allow the ball to take a hop and stop nearby. And for a back pin position, we want to bring the ball in low, allowing the momentum and angle of descent to help our ball get to the back of the putting surface. 

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