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Keys to better wedge play

Swingpal.com instructor Jim Williams shows you how you can be a better wedge player.
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  • Bill Hickman 3 years ago

    I bought a 56 with 10 bounce and m grind …..now want to replace my 52 do
    I get one with the same bounce and grind 

  • Peter Gliddon 3 years ago
  • Rick Martin 3 years ago

    helpful – thanks

  • allintexaholdem 3 years ago

    I don’t have distance problems.
    I have hitting it 45 degrees too far to the right (right handed)
    problems….

    I’ve damn near snapped a club in half on multiple occasions.
    It’s gotten to the point to where I’ll use a mid iron for a bump and run…

  • SwingpalAcademy 3 years ago

    A good thought would be to try to make sure that even with a shorter swing
    that you’re finishing with all your weight on your left heel (for a
    right-handed golfer). That will force you to turn aggressively through the
    shot and make a full finish. See if that helps!

  • James Johnson 3 years ago

    Great video instruction! ..however, its difficult for weekend players to
    master the 9’oclock swing because of the precision and sequence of the
    swing itself. I have problems where i either top or chunk the ball ..so i
    acquired the Phil Mickelson’s shallow backswing and accelerate through for
    more control and stopping power…otherwise i wish i could get this
    technique down.

  • saltrooster 3 years ago

    Great advice. I’ve been trying that out for a few days now but I can’t seem
    to get past “deceleration”. For some reason I see an 8 o’clock shot and I
    do half effort on the down swing. Any advice on how to train myself to keep
    on the gas? Is it all mental?

  • BLACKCROW WALKING 3 years ago

    Thanks for the reminder to keep the swing more shallow, I forget that
    sometimes and you reaffirmed it for me…