You’ll not only get the ball onto the green, you’ll get it close to the hole…
… From any lie in the rough or sand…
… Leading to less frustration…
… And fewer strokes.
You’ll finally escape bunkers in one shot, consistently. Conquer tight lies and thick rough with ease.
You’ll even hit high, soft flop shots almost automatically. And you’ll no longer sing the amateur golfer’s lament…
“If I only played better around the greens, I’d shoot a lot lower scores…”
It’s a familiar refrain. Players of all handicaps – from low single-digits on up – give away strokes within 50 yards of the flag. Lots and lots of strokes.
Care to guess why your short game gives you so much trouble?
“Because I don’t have enough time to practice,” you may be thinking.
Yep, that’s one reason.
“Because on sand shots and pitches, I have to set up and swing differently than I do for normal shots. It’s tricky.”
That’s another one.
“Because my swing is too steep, causing fat shots and inconsistency.”
Man, I am impressed. You definitely know your game.
But you’re missing the common thread tying all these problems together.