Golf: How To Improve Your Wedge Game

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If you can “stick it” from 30-100 yards, your golf scores will drop dramatically. Watch these how to videos to improve your golf wedge game and dramatically lower your golf score.

Golf: How To Improve Your Wedge Game Videos

Below, you will find all of the best Internet videos on How To Improve Your Golf Wedge Game. Simply click the links to launch the video in its own window. Enjoy the shows!

Golf: How To Get Backspin

We see the pros do it all time, but can you get backspin on the ball? See how to achieve backspin in this video!

Golf: How To Setup Your Shot For A 50 Yard Pitch

In order to score well, you must learn how-to hit shots between 30-70yds–the half wedge shot.Learn how to hit the 50-yard pitch in this video.

The Short Wedge Shot

This shot will bring down your score like no other–the 50 yard wedge shot. Many a book has been written about this shot to decrease your scores. Watch Joe as he breaks down the main points and shows you how to improve your game in the short run.

The 90 Yard Shot

Should you fly it there or hit a lower shot and bounce it to the hole? Watch this video to learn.

Mirror The Back and Through Swing

Great tip for improving your wedge game. Mirror your back and through swing.

Make It Dance: How To Spin the Ball Like the Pros

Learn to get action on the ball like the pros do!

Golf: How To Improve Your Wedge Game: Conclusion

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Richard Cummings

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