No matter what level your game is at, performance around the greens or lack thereof can make or break round of golf. On the professional level, it makes or breaks careers.
Today, PGA Tour veteran member Larry Rinker is here to give a nice lesson on how to control the distance of your pitch shots.
These shots are so very important as most amateurs are fortunate if they can hit nine greens during a typical round of golf.
So while you digest your Thanksgiving over-eating, spend a moment here with Larry then go out and work on controlling your distance with those shots.
Note that we very often see PGA Tour players using open face wedge shots. Problem is that they do it for a living and spend an inordinate amount of time working on those shots. Still, we see them come up with mis-hits.
For us amateurs, consistency is what we seek.
Click on Larry’s video and then go practice — and become more consistent with those important pitch shots!
To learn more about Larry and his Orlando golf schools, click on this link to his website: