Many golfers dread the 50-80 yard lob wedge shot. So much, in fact, that they'd rather lay up to 100 yards, even though statistically they'll score better from a shorter distance -- if they can master the shot. But with any shot that requires less than a full swing, we can get a little nervous and jerky. Below are six keys to mastering the shot.
This late-February/early-March stretch until spring can seem like it takes forrrrrrrreverrrrrrr in many parts of the country! But it's not too late to enjoy the benefits of a home golf simulator. In a matter of days you can receive it, set it up, and begin playing on famous golf courses, practicing, or gathering data on your swing.
Well, in the case that you have a lawn large enough to hit longer shots into your outdoor putting green, you can do it! Just go with sand fill. Most people purchase a putting green to practice putting and chipping, and they choose nylon because it putts more true.