Hopefully golf is listed as “essential exercise” in your state.
It’s on the approved list by Governor Ron DeSantis here in Florida — thank-you Mr. Governor.
This is the time of the year in many places where you get some pretty nice spring winds.
Over the years I’ve seen too many high-handicappers try to hit a high-wedge into a 15-mile-per-hour wind. Results are typically pretty ugly.
Today we’re looking for help from Sir Nick Faldo, a man who knows a little something about how to hit a lower-trajectory wedge shot.
“Point your thumbs at the sky — worked for me at Muirfield.”
You’ll hear Sir Nick talk about that in today’s short video lesson and he’ll show us the proper way to execute that shot.
Faldo won the 1987 Open Championship at Muirfield — a tough test (slaughtered me last October).
So without further delay, we bring Sir Nick to show how to hit the low-trajectory wedge:
Click on this link: Sir Nick’s Trick For A Lower Wedge Shot.