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Effective Golf Tips On How To Spin Your Wedge

Spinning the wedge shot is one of the moves that most players believe are reserved for the professionals. This in particular applies to the beginner players. There is nothing as difficult to most beginners like making attempts to perform something that perhaps they only get to see in the movies or during the championship tournaments on TV. Whichever way you look at it, there is nothing difficult here. All of this is something that you can learn in a really short time, and before you know it, you will be in a good position to learn this trick too.

Most of the players who enjoy their game over the weekend will in most cases want to practice this just to make sure that they too can be able to become as good as the pros. You may already have your own doubts as to how this happens, but rest assured that with some hard work and determination, there is nothing that will stand in your way. The following are some tips that will help you perfect this move:

  • Choose the club
  • Manage your weight
  • Shorten your swing

Choose the club

For this shot you need to make sure that you select the correct club and you will be good to go. This is the first trick that you should never forget. Get either of these; pitching wedge, 9-iron or the gap wedge. As you would do with most of the wedges, use the lie and the distance to help you choose the right club for you.

Manage your weight

This is something that most beginner players struggle with too – make sure that you set your weight more on your front foot so that you can be sure the downward strike will get you the perfect action to stop your ball.

Shorten your swing

Considering that you are not going to require a full backswing, there is a need for you to shorten the swing as you prepare for this shot. Since we are shortening the swing, you will also need to shorten the follow through so that you can keep the ball as low as possible. With this in mind, make sure that your hands do not go beyond the level of your shoulders in the follow through or when going back.

Try and practice this more often and you will be able to perfect this move.