Go up or down a club per 15 yards up or down. Now there are still variables like you are on a par 3 155 yards and 45 feet down. You wouldn’t club down 3 because you still need to hit it close to that distance. That’s the measurement ive been given by a couple different PGA teachers.
Day 16. Before my morning meeting, I went to the golf course near me to hit the range (and see ball flights) and to get video for evolvr. I hit a small bucket at the range (range balls, off a mat, outdoors not into a net, unless you count a few drives into the net at the back of the range). Focus was on setup, as per latest priority piece. Some 8-iron (flight) and 6-iron full (my usual), plus a few 3H, 4W, and drives. Then I hit some partial wedges (PW, 56) and flight wedges (same two clubs), along with a few quarter shots.
I really don't know how to use a full small bucket anymore. I've been spoiled by being able to hit a dozen or two at a time at home!
I also spent 15 minutes putting. I'd have spent more, but I had to get home for a work meeting. Putting practice was setup (grip and stance) and swing (shoulders not hands) and routine, mostly working within 10'. The putting green here was pre-pandemic style, with real cups and such. I missed putting this way!
I’m playing a course this weekend that has some elevation changes. Lake Chabot. I’m curious about club selections with elevation Changes. Can anyone give me the scoop on this.
I have read contradicting rules.
Thanks in advance!