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Here's a brief video on golf pitching technique. Over the years this thread has gotten a LOT of updates, so I encourage you to read through this thread before commenting. However, one thing that hasn't changed is our belief in how this simple technique can save strokes and make pitching easier and even fun. This technique broadens the margin of error by using bounce or "glide" on the club, while allowing you to properly use speed to help control distance, get the ball out of tough lies, and get the ball closer to the hole. It is, by far, the best pitching technique out there, and i
I know it's hard to do this without looking at my swing but I am hitting all of my pitch shots high on the face and out on the toe. I don't have any issues with this with my irons or even knock down wedge shots. But for some reason when I get around the green and try to elevate the ball I hit it out on the toe and high on the face. Any ideas?
Here, for enjoyment, discussion, etc. is two of the many high-speed (12,000 FPS) videos we shot when the Phantom camera was up in Erie, PA. This shows the types of shots discussed (off-topic) in another thread. You'll notice that the ball hovers for a split second before the clubhead actually hits the ball with positive AoA. A few little things: The ball traveled about a yard or two, max. Some of them landed almost exactly on the spot from which it was hit. Those are the Sensei shoes in the background. On my feet. The shaft is not