How to get onto the green
You’ve got your eyes set on the green; you’re just an easy wedge shot away; and you chunk the ball – I think this is the most painful shot in golf. If there ever was a shot you want to take back, it’s the chunked approach shot. In this video Gus shows us the three
When you find yourself 30 yards or so out from the green, you’re probably thinking should I hit a long chip, or a short pitch. Well Gus Barchers is here to tell you that there is a third alternative, and since he doesn’t have a name for it, I’ll just call it a game-saver. Gus’s
I think the flop shot, lob wedge, is one of the hardest shots in golf. When it works, it is truly a sight to behold, and when it doesn’t – watch out! I have maybe three lob wedges in my garage, and every time I take one out to play I always regret that decision.
by Clay Ballard One of the prettiest sights in golf is when you see a ball travel under a hundred yards, bounce a couple of times and then just check up near the hole. Unfortunately, we usually only get to see this beauty on TV. Our shots, when we do hit the green, generally bounce
by David Nesbitt Hopefully, by now, you have mastered the Dream Swing for those 50, 60, 70 yard pitch shots. So now lets turn to those pesky little 25, 30, 40 yard shots. You could, of course, try and flop the ball up there with your trusty lob or sand wedge. But be honest here,
by Mike Dero This is the swing you dream about when you are a wedge away from the green, and all you need to do is just float that ball onto the green – anywhere on the green would be good. Mike Dero calls this his Dream Swing #5. Why? Well for starters these short
by Martin Chuck It seems, that the most difficult shot for the every day golfer to get right, is the little 75 yard, and in, pitch shot. I’m sure you can visualize this scenario. You hit a great drive, or a solid second shot, and now all you have to do is drop this 65