Best way to lower your handicap? Get better with your wedges. Here’s how
July 31, 2018

#InPinehurst | Golf

What’s the best way to lower your handicap and shave strokes off your game? By improving your short game. While none of us are likely to ever hit the ball as far as the pros, one thing most of them have is common is they know exactly how far to play their wedges. And if we can’t hit it far, let’s learn how to hit it close.

Kelly Mitchum, who leads the Pinehurst Golf Academy’s Short Game School, has a very simple tip to help you hit your wedges closer to the pin.

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