Okay, if any shot calls for a sixty degree
wedge, we don’t have that much wind, I’ve got a sand trap in front of me, and I’m about
probably forty five to fifty yards from the edge of the green. So I can take a pretty
full swing with my sixty degree wedge and that way I don’t have to think about slowing
it down or did I take the club back too far or not enough. I can just really point at
my target. So I’m going to go with a little open stance on this one and open the club
face, and I’m going to try to get it to the middle of the green here. And so we’ll see
how I can do here.
Okay, that wasn’t too bad. It was a little short but it was decently struck. So now I
know what I need to work on. So I’m going to, I’m going to work on that shot again.
So I’m going to open the stance to the target, open the club face a little bit. Okay, now
that one I hit a little too hard. So I’ve hit one a little too soft, one a little too
hard, let’s see if I can get the Goldilocks results here. So I’ve got to fiddle around
with my stance and just get comfortable. And you need a lot of repetitions of this shot
because these shots are so important that when you get them on the course in a tournament,
you want to be able just, now that one was just right. So that was really good. So that’s
what you, you want to practice the sixty degree shot a lot. Open stance, open face, closed
stance, neutral face, and closed face. So you get a really good feel. But this is an
incredibly important shot because if you don’t execute this shot well, it can lead to a lot
of extra shots.