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Sunday, March 11, 2018

Robert Damron on Repeatable Wedge Yardages (Video)

This short video from Robert Damron has a neat twist on learning how to hit your wedges consistent distances. I think you'll find the concept useful.

Robert's approach is different... but it's one I've used myself, although not to the degree he does. Still, it's a very useful way to learn a repeatable swing.

Instead of hitting your wedges to a certain distance and trying to remember the swing, Robert makes a swing he can easily repeat and then measures the distance. For example, if a slow shoulder-height swing feels natural to you, you make that swing ten times, measure the distances and get an average distance. Now, when you need to hit that distance on the course, you can recreate it by feel rather than by mechanical thoughts.

So why post the video? Because Robert has some unusual ways to create those "natural-feeling" swings, and seeing how he does it might help you find some easy-to-repeat swings that you wouldn't have thought of otherwise.

As crazy as it may sound, I think you'll get some very useful ideas from this video. Give it a try.

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