Hit Your Wedges Like A Tour Pro

Jason Sutton

Jason Sutton

SwingU Master Faculty, Golf Magazine Top 100 Teacher, #1 in North Carolina by Golf Digest

When you see Tour players hitting these little mini-wedge shots, and they’re barely taking a divot, how do they do that?

We want to get our feet very close together, we want slight pressure in our lead heel, the ball is centered to slightly forward, and most importantly, I have a wedge that has plenty of bounce on it.

When I take the club back, make sure that the club is not too shut and when I deliver the ball into the ball, I want the body to move ahead of the arms. 

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