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Tuesday, July 22, 2014

Yet Another Tip for "Perfect Pitches"

When I found this new tip from Golf Magazine Top100 Teacher Brady Riggs, it was so simple I had to post it. And if you've been paying attention to my advice about keeping your hands in front of your body and not twisting your forearms during your swing, you're already doing this one!

But Brady explains why it works:

Basically, if you keep your forearms quiet during your swing and keep your hands in front of you, the front edge of your wedge will be parallel to your spine when your finish is waist high. This will give you more consistent contact and, consequently, better distance control.

That doesn't mean there's never a time for "manipulating the face" in a difficult situation. But if you pitch this way for your normal pitches, you'll get better results more often.

And as usual, if the video didn't embed properly, you can find the original at this link.