Think what would happen to your scores if you suddenly starting hitting more greens from inside of 100 yards. You would likely get more birdies and pars and fewer bogies and doubles. Here at Mark Polich Golf you can turn those short wedge shots from a weakness to a strength by developing a system for hitting partial shots.
Scoring on the course involves many different variables which is one of the reasons so many people love the game of golf. One of the most important aspects is knowing EXACTLY how far you hit each club: carry distance as well as total distance.
Now it is one thing to learn how far you carry the ball with a FULL swing with each club. But as you know, golfers are limited to a maximum of 14 clubs. This means when faced with a hitting a shot that is shorter than the distance your most lofted wedge carries, you must change your approach. You must learn to how to hit a partial or finesse shot as it is often called.
These finesse wedge shots can be very challenging. Golfers often say that just don’t have the confidence to hit this shot with any consistency. In reality, it’s typically not a lack of confidence, it is a lack of understanding the correct technique.
Here at Mark Polich Golf you can begin to control the carry distance with your wedges by learning how to take partial swings (1/4, 1/2, 3/4, and full).
And with TrackMan 4, the world’s greatest launch monitor system, you can measure down to a single foot the exact distance you carry each swing.