WHY YOU MISS GREENS
4 FAULTS THAT SABOTAGE YOUR IRON GAME - AND HOW TO FIX THEM
there has been a lot of emphasis recently on the short game, which is great. Improving your greenside play is a logical way to save shots. At the other end, hitting the driver captures the imagination of every golfer. But in the middle – and what has gotten a little lost – is iron play, which is really the guts of the game. Truth is, if you hit even a decent drive, your opportunity to score depends on what you do with your second shot. Hit the green or leave it in a good place, and you’ll have a great chance. But botch that second shot, and you’re cooked.
Let’s take a look at the faults that prevent most average golfers from hitting good approaches, from the longer irons down to the wedges. We’ll get you making better contact and controlling the ball so you can start turning those double bogeys into pars.