I read somewhere online that when using your wedges you need to take a divot in front of the ball ?! I'm pretty consistent on getting the ball up and down with my 56* niblick as well as my 58* cg15.....more consistant then my driver anyways....my question is when I hit my wedges there barely is a divot and it usually results in a great shot.....but when I do try and leave a divot my wedge gets stuck in the ground.....am i not following through properly? and should there be a divot after every wedge shot and how do you make a divot in front of the ball?!?
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4/8/10 at 4:55pm