The Golf Season up north is starting to wind down but that doesn't mean it is time to put the clubs away, it is actually the time to plan and implement how to improve your golf game. The indoor season is a time to focus on your fundamentals and with the help of a PGA Golf Professional you can learn how to take your game to a new level.
In the Chicagoland area we have golf domes which are the perfect place to work on Finesse Wedge shots which can help you quickly lower your scores.
The best way to become a better finesse wedge player is by improving your distance control that the ball travels in the air. From course to course how far a ball rolls will vary but the distance the ball travels in the air (carry) can be controlled by the length of your swing. With your wedge in hand, focus on trying to create a specific and consistent length swing and see how far the ball carries.
Once you have found 3-4 specific length swings you can repeat consistently, practice those swings with your different wedges and chart the distances the ball travels in the air for each one. Be systematic in your practice during the indoor season and you will play better golf next season.
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