Between Clubs 3 Best Ways To Handle This Tricky Position Golf Tip (Video)
Between Clubs 3 Best Ways To Handle This Tricky Position Golf Tip (Video) Pete Styles â?? PGA Teaching Pro Pete Styles – PGA Teaching Pro

To improve your golf we now need to really start focusing on the yardage is that you've got left into the hole, and then therefore choosing the appropriate club for the shot. You've got one of the first things is identifying exactly how far your clubs go and then identifying exactly how far you are away. and let's say that I've got my eight and my seven iron here my eight iron goes one fifty my seven iron goes one sixteen and I'm presented with a yardage one five five and you go OK I don't quite have a club that goes one five five. So what are my options here either accept being ten yards or five yards long sorry with my five iron or accept been five yards short with my eighteen now you can hit your eight times harder you could hit your seven iron softer or you could just Except I'm going to hit both of these shots as normal and just see where I am now on occasions it might be an idea to look at where the danger is on the hole if there's a hazard around the front of the green then you're probably better off getting the seven to the back or the middle if there's a house at the back of the green you think you know up that's no good being long I'm going to take my a time going to play to the front of the green.

So choose the appropriate club depending on where the hazard is the other consideration then is once you've decided that this is the club I'm going to hit with a need to be super committed to this shot there's no point choosing a club and then wishing you got the other club nobody made you make this choice apart yourself. So if I've decided that I'm going to hit seven I'm going to hit the best seven iron I can possibly hit I'm certainly not going to hit seven I'm wishing I've got a time in my hands. So I commit to the shot that I'm going to hit and I do my best with that shot and allow analyze afterwards was it the right club was it the right yardage should I have done something something differently and the other consideration with these yardage is from time to time you'll get the perfect yardage from time to time you'll get exactly the one sixty. Or a yard either way from there and that's an opportunity to just clear your head of all of this club selection idea. Just pull out exactly the right club and really take advantage of that opportunity and hit the best shot knowing that I don't have to consider anything else about this club selection I'm fully confident I've got exactly the right club make the best swing I can possibly make and knock it nicely out there onto the green. So sometimes when you between yarded years you can get yourself a bit caught up between clubs commit to the club that you're going to take and hit the best shot you can with that one.

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Pete Styles â?? PGA Teaching Pro Pete Styles – PGA Teaching Pro

To improve your golf we now need to really start focusing on the yardage is that you've got left into the hole, and then therefore choosing the appropriate club for the shot. You've got one of the first things is identifying exactly how far your clubs go and then identifying exactly how far you are away. and let's say that I've got my eight and my seven iron here my eight iron goes one fifty my seven iron goes one sixteen and I'm presented with a yardage one five five and you go OK I don't quite have a club that goes one five five. So what are my options here either accept being ten yards or five yards long sorry with my five iron or accept been five yards short with my eighteen now you can hit your eight times harder you could hit your seven iron softer or you could just Except I'm going to hit both of these shots as normal and just see where I am now on occasions it might be an idea to look at where the danger is on the hole if there's a hazard around the front of the green then you're probably better off getting the seven to the back or the middle if there's a house at the back of the green you think you know up that's no good being long I'm going to take my a time going to play to the front of the green.

So choose the appropriate club depending on where the hazard is the other consideration then is once you've decided that this is the club I'm going to hit with a need to be super committed to this shot there's no point choosing a club and then wishing you got the other club nobody made you make this choice apart yourself. So if I've decided that I'm going to hit seven I'm going to hit the best seven iron I can possibly hit I'm certainly not going to hit seven I'm wishing I've got a time in my hands. So I commit to the shot that I'm going to hit and I do my best with that shot and allow analyze afterwards was it the right club was it the right yardage should I have done something something differently and the other consideration with these yardage is from time to time you'll get the perfect yardage from time to time you'll get exactly the one sixty. Or a yard either way from there and that's an opportunity to just clear your head of all of this club selection idea. Just pull out exactly the right club and really take advantage of that opportunity and hit the best shot knowing that I don't have to consider anything else about this club selection I'm fully confident I've got exactly the right club make the best swing I can possibly make and knock it nicely out there onto the green. So sometimes when you between yarded years you can get yourself a bit caught up between clubs commit to the club that you're going to take and hit the best shot you can with that one.