If you evaluate the next round of golf that you play you will find that between 65 and 70% of your shots occur within 100 yards of the hole. Most high handicappers who want to knock 10 or more strokes off of their score are better off attacking the short game first.
Putting usually accounts for over 40% of your shots and greenside shots on out of 100 yards make up 20-25% of your round. Distance control on wedge shots from 30 to 90 yards is an area where many high handicappers are losing strokes.
We have a comprehensive program to help control and identify distance on you wedges and sand wedges. Many players decelerate to shorten the distance that they are about to hit a sand wedge from the fairway. The proper solution is to change your grip position and your swing arc size depending on the shot at hand. This can give you many different distance variables.
Learning to control distance on your wedges will make an immediate difference in scoring.
Give us a call to set up a wedge session. You'll be glad you did.