Now that we know how to play the “one hop and stop” wedge shot, controlling spin and trajectory to carry the ball the required distance, it’s time to establish and document your baseline numbers so that you can take them out onto the course and start attacking pins!
or Log In…you will then be able to use your feel for which shot will “one hop and stop” nearest the pin. This feel is a skill that you will develop using the coming drills and intelligent practice sessions.
This article is part of the Golf Loopy Score like a Champion series, the sensational new wedge play game improvement system that will help you to attack the pin from 120 yards and in. The improvements to your scores will be dramatic, and they will be permanent.