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Good day, all. I have buckets of questions, but this one comes up consistently in my game: I don't really have a good tool for the 100 yard shot. And it comes up all the time. My first method was to lay off the pitching wedge. I hit it about 130 yards on a pretty good stroke. Then I got myself a gap wedge. Note: my budget is pretty tight, so I picked up a used one. It is peculiarly short, 52 degree loft. I like the club, but it only hits about 85-90 yards for me. That is similar to what my sand wedge hits, so I do not have a club for this distance. I am not entirely unsatisfi
The situation is: Ball lands on a steep mound to right of green in fairly thick deep 12" Bermuda grass. Ball is about 6" in the grass. Downhill lie. Shot must go 15 yards over a greenside bunker onto green. No other options as there are other mounds to right and left of bunker. What club would you use. (I took a might swing with a sand wedge...wrong I think...and popped it out into the bunker.) Thanks, -Marv
2 weeks ago I bought a new set of irons, the last one where 15 years old so i didn´t know how far i would hit my 9 iron with the new ones. With the last ones i hitted 140 yards with the 9 iron. Here in Argentina I think trackman exist but if it does it´s really expensive to purchase for and hour to check distances. So i went to the course on and try to figure my distances through the round. The result was that i end up shot of my target most of the time and a few short of the green, never miss in the back. I think there is no worst feeling than hitting a really good iron rig