Edited by David DeNunzio

Edited by David DeNunzio

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Getting your lead arm in the correct position on the downswing is critical to bringing your shot-shaping skills to life. In fact, the path that your lead arm travels into impact determines how the ball will fly. Learning to command that path is your main objective. And just as you would for any great performance, you need to rehearse. No biggie. A single range session can get you on track. Here's what to do.
Hitting high-lofted, high-spinning pitch shots not only makes scoring easy, it's tons of fun (and you look like a pro while you're doing it). The loft part is easy—your wedge has gaggles of it. What takes some effort is producing the kind of shot-stopping spin that can occasionally make the ball back up on the green once it hits.
HOLE YARDS PAR R1 R2 R3 R4
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HOLE YARDS PAR R1 R2 R3 R4
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