The object of the short game is to get the ball up and down as quickly as possible to save strokes. I will show you my short game keys to allow you lower scores every time you play.
Join Brendon Todd in one of our practice sessions where he explains the methods he employs in pitch shots. A resource that has enabled him to be one of the premier short game players on the PGA Tour
Wedge play is all about distance control and accuracy NOT about how far you actually can hit a wedge. Here is a simple tip that has been used forever to help you gain control on those shots from 100 yards and in.
Short game requires imagination and feel. Some use several clubs when around the green and some players rely on one club. Here is how the one club option works.
From experience most club golfers (and professionals mind you) are too one dimensional in their short games. See how imagination in club choice and landing spot can allow you to get closer to the hole and save countless strokes during your round of golf.
Adding loft to the clubface to play a high flop shot or a bunker shot is not really about opening the clubface. Putting loft on the club is the goal and there is an easy solution that keeps your alignment and swing path more consistent.
Confidence helps ability. Practice all the green side shots so you can find the one you are most comfortable with.
If you have trouble with your chips and pitch shots you may be moving your legs too much and dipping your knees and changing your body center. Practice this to become more stable and in the right place to get better strikes.
Focusing on your right arm can be the way to save your short game- especially the pitch shot and chips from near the fringe. Watch this video to learn how players such as Jason Day eliminate the bad short game shots via their technique
All I know about bunker play- shown here in this 20 minute video. I will show you how to make the best of any bunker situation.