In virtually all sports, you choose the high percentage shot unless you're in a heap of trouble (one second left on the clock, you're mid court and you're down by 2 ...). For some reason, when most amateur golfers are about 20-30 yards from the green, AND THERE IS NOTHING BETWEEN THEM AND THE GREEN EXCEPT FAIRWAY, they choose a wedge shot, hoping to sail the ball up high and onto the green.
Why take the chance of flubbing your wedge shot when all you need to do is simply "punch it" up onto the green. Take a look. This little baby will will shave strokes right away!
P.S. Now they tell me. We weren't expecting you're amazing reaction to our streaming video of "The Three Fundamentals. My IT people started talking to me about not enough bandwidth, overload possible. I'm not sure what they are talking about but I do know you have until December 15 to get the streaming video link. Click here.
Hey Bill, good hearing from you. Sandy Koufax my childhood hero lives over there and bought my first book (or so I’ve heard) so say hi for me if you run in to him.
Gil, this great junior and I always work on getting his leading hand in the correct position so he puts them on sort of one at a time to check. He does it on his full swing too. Nothing you really need to work on, your grip was always fine.
Dear Steve, Moved to Vero Beach. Watching this video on punching the five iron your young student had a way on setting up his grip, can you comment that for me. Thanks again California Bill Merry Christmas and a very Happy New Year 2013