If the sole of the club is square to the turf at impact, then it’s easier to find the sweet spot. It’s certainly easier to hit it on target.
The 41st “Ed Seay” Men’s Member-Guest was played October 31st through November 3rd.
Eighty-four (84) Sawgrass members invited their friends from as near as TPC Sawgrass to as far as West ...
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Faced with a 50m shot too many golfers think the way to hit it closer is to use a higher ball flight with a higher lofted wedge. Is it?
Over 60% of golfers waste great swings. They have lie angles that are incorrectly sending a great swing wide of the target.