Golf World (UK) - - CONTENTS - By Chris Jenk­ins

Want to play bet­ter, score lower and erad­i­cate the silly er­rors that make smoke bil­low from your ears? You’ve come to the right place.

From within 100 yards of the green, con­sis­tency of strike is ev­ery­thing – espe­cially if you have to clear a hazard. From this dis­tance, al­most ev­ery golfer has the abil­ity to get the ball close to the hole, so your goal should be to take no more than three shots to get up-and­down. To achieve this, you need to fo­cus on two key things: 1. De­velop a solid and repet­i­tive ac­tion. 2. Know how far you hit each wedge and with dif­fer­ent length swings. Take care of th­ese two fac­tors and you don’t need to worry about the wa­ter.

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