I played 9 hole this afternoon. I struggled a bit to implement my revving of the left wrist. I believe I was revving it, but i was just not doing it in conjunction with swinging the arms outward more. This caused me to hit some massive pull hooks. There were a few good shots in there though.
I still struggled with my short game and distance wedges. I need to focus on more softer arms. I don't know why it kicked in on hole 7, but I hit my pitch with softer arms. Though it went a tad too far, it was the best feeling pitch shot I've had in a long time.
I like this, I'll have to try it out, thanks. I've basically used my SW for all green side (taller grass beyond the fringe) shots for quiet a while now and it has been pretty effective, but like I said I fly it almost all the way to the flag and it just stops. If it's on the fringe typically I'll just putt it.
Approach shot: Ball below the feet. Especially if it's in the rough, I'd be tempted to punch up in front of the green with a 7i, and then try to get up and down.
I know how a below-the-feet tracks for a rightie - push to right. I know hot to aim it, but I still have trouble making good contact with it. Non-punches are often wild shots.
For some reason, ball above the feet works well; I've had quite a few excellent shots from this position.