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It stands for "Tournament Players Club," Barry. Courses designed specifically with the Tour in mind. Thanks for visiting PGAProfessional. When I'm practicing hitting the ball out of the sand bunker my wedge usually hits the sand but it slides right under.
What should I do to prevent this? Well, that's the whole point really, Keaton: That's HOW you play a greenside bunker shot. Are you saying that your club slides under the ball and the ball just sits there?
If so, Hooking up in college tips are probably not actually sliding under the ball. I suppose it's also possible the you have the blade laid back too open, a narrow flange on your sandwedge and are playing from thick soft sand. That combination seems improbable, however. Thanks for your question and for visiting PGAProfessional.
I've recently sprained my wrist. The doctor didn't say it was tendonitis. Anyway, how do I prevent future injuries while playing or practicing on the range? Thanks for your time.
There are a few things you can do to help, after you've rested the injury and recovered, Ray. You might try using graphite shafts and a slightly softer shaft -- most people use shafts that are too stiff for their swing speed. A somewhat softer grip may help grips come in all sorts of textures and densities.
You also probably need to work on your swing so as not to hit the ground so hard postural control, less forcing with the arms, flatter angle of approach, all of the above or other.
I'd have to see you swing, or your divots, to know what the problem was. I have also known people who were recovering from hand or wrist injuries that put the ball on a tee for every shot. Yes, I know that isn't really golf in the purest sense of the game, but if it came to that or quitting what would your choice be?
Anyway, depending on the severity of the injury you might try any or all of the above, and of course, following doctors orders and resting it until it heals.
You also might do some preventative training. Golf trainer can give you specific help if you can't see me in person. If you hit a fade or slice and danger is on the right side of the fairway should you tee the ball on the left or right side of the tee box?
Many players will tee up on the same side as the trouble to increase the angle that they're able to aim AWAY from the trouble. In the case you mention, the farther to the right side you tee the ball the farther left you can aim.
When I mis-hit my iron shots, the shot is always hit on the toe of the club. Can you tell me how to correct this so that I will hit the sweet spot?
Hello Frankie, Of course, the simplest and most obvious answer is to keep making adjustments feel yourself swing farther out away from you until you find the center of the club instead of the toe.
Part of the development of every golfer includes adaptability and logic, making adjustments and learning feel. Best of luck with your game. Hi Tracey, Standard women's golf clubs are usually around an inch shorter than men's, are lighter, have softer shafts and smaller diameter grips.
Depending on the manufacturer there may be other small differences, but those are the most common ones. I have a problem trying to get the ball up from the 8 iron and lower. The trajectory is way too low, and thus I lose distance.
I have tried putting it forward in my stance, but then I hit it fat. The long irons I can't even get airborne. If it's not ball position, and assuming you're making decent contact with the ball rather than hitting it thin, first I'd look at grip.
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