Hitting your wedges high can kill your short-game accuracy and scoring.
This week, Golfweek’s fitness guru and long driver Averee Dovsek and Kent St. Charles from Lab 18 demonstrate how to hit lower flighted wedge shots and create backspin.
Adding more shaft lean at impact can help with this and lower the loft of the club face.
You can use data from TrackMan or other simulator technologies to measure your progress. Dynamic loft and launch angle will be the two most important data points to look at.
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