How do you play those shots that are in between Clubs?

How do you play those shots that are in between Clubs?

How do you play those shots that are in between Clubs?

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We have all experienced the situation where we need to hit a shot 165 yards to get the ball close to the hole, but our regular 7 iron goes about 160 yards, and our 6 iron goes 170 yards.  Today Greg Hiller, an instructor with the Alamo City Golf Trail walks you through the steps needed to play those shots that are in between clubs and make this shot a success.

The two keys to selecting the right club are:

Take the longer of the two clubs and grip down an inch, this will take a half a club off the shot.

Look at where the trouble is.  Most of the time it is short of the green, but occasionally you don’t want to go long.  Thake this option into consideration before you play your shot.

Take wind and elevation into consideration.  If the green is above you you need more club.  If the green is below you you need less club. You might not be in between clubs after all!

Source: Greg Hiller       Alamo City Golf Trail

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