I started playing golf in May and have played quite a lot (35 rounds) this summer. I’m down to a 28 hcp. I’m having trouble with the length and height of my approach shots. I hit my 3 wood and 4 iron approximately the same length (only about 110 meters/120 yards) and therefore struggling a lot on par 5 holes and long par 4 holes. I tend to not get any height at all with the ball flying short and then just rolling through the grass.
I hit short with the driver as well (about 150 meters/165 yards) but since I’m able to use a peg, height is not a problem. I’m 1,60 meters (5’2”) and 55 kg (121 lbs) so I’m sure this is part of the “problem”, but I see a lot of other women my size hit way longer. Any tips? How/what should I be practicing? Anyone been able to fix a similar problem?
Thanks in advance!
I put money down on DJ right from the start ...covering like 6 of the top 9 coming into the last day ...
my wallet wants Champ / Scottie to pull out their first majors ...
As long as DJ puts alway Brooks I'll be happy ....getting far too big for his boots
It depend. Getting on the far side of the green is often harder then chipping in from a close distance. If there is a bank for the ball to get a calculate lucky bounce I aim there a bit when hitting the other side risk the ball rolling off the green or into some bunker. A better miss.
Easy approaches just attack the flag 😄
I have played the Super Soft and the original Maxfli Noodle Long/Soft but not the 2020 Taylormade model. But I am interested in trying as well. Good article that details new model vs old. For the $$ appears to be good option for those of us prone to misplace a ball or two. 😀