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Aamir Aslam

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Hi all,

Trouble with numerous parts of my game, but thought might try to get picthing sorted first.  trying to use the bounce on 56 deg, but ball flight is high and no real distance.  Looks like I'm throwing the club but not sure how to correct this.

Cheers.

I've been Playing Golf for: 1 year

My current handicap index or average score is: 28

My typical ball flight is: pull/high trajectory pitches

The shot I hate or the "miss" I'm trying to reduce/eliminate is: lack of distance on wedges


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Hi all,

Trouble with numerous parts of my game, but thought might try to get picthing sorted first.  trying to use the bounce on 56 deg, but ball flight is high and no real distance.  Looks like I'm throwing the club but not sure how to correct this.

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I would recommend using a little more pivot back and through. Also set up feeling more weight left. The "throwing the club" is actually a good thing for pitching and using the bounce.

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Thanks, for that - another quickie question  - when using the bounce in pitches, at impact where should the hand be - ahead above or behind the ball?

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Thanks, for that - another quickie question  - when using the bounce in pitches, at impact where should the hand be - ahead above or behind the ball?

Shaft can be slightly forward, vertical or even leaning back a little. Part of it depends on how much bounce you have in your wedges and what trajectory you want to hit.

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