Turn over your pitch shots
Many golfers think they have to hold the face skyward on shorter wedge shots to hit it high and soft. This leads to distancecontrol issues, because the club isn’t making solid contact. Instead, swing so your hands rotate the clubface down and to the left as it passes through the impact zone. This is not a flip in which the right hand scoops under the left. The right should rotate on top of the left, and the shaft should be in line with the target with the toe pointing up after impact (above). The shot will feel solid, yet the ball will still fly high and stop quickly – with added backspin.