the wrong time or wrong amount you’ll spill the water. The ‘feel’ is very soft and smooth – not wristy or fast. Club selection: I have 4 wedges – a pitching wedge (46 degree), gap wedge (51 degree), lob wedge (58 degree), and a flop wedge (64 degree). I know what each does at full grip and full power (though I don’t generally hit the 58 or 64 at full power), I know what each does at full grip no power shoulder-high, and I know what each does at short grip no power shoulder-high. This gives 4 distances at full grip/power, 4 at full grip no power shoulder-high, and 4 at short grip no power shoulder-high. That’s 12 verifiable yardages inside of 120 yards! Actual results: Stop trying to hit partial wedges a specific distance and start finding out what distance they go when you strike them well. When you position and swing partially, and take the power out, how far does each go? We want actual, verifiable results. Everyone is different, and will get different results. Many ranges don’t have short yardages measured, and it can be difficult to verify. If on-course, try hitting 1 club 6 or 8 times on a given hole and see how far it goes, but be sure not to pick a target. Hit the shot and if it doesn’t get to the green, move closer to the green until you can verify how far the shot goes. Now armed with a baseline for your partial shots, you can choose the club, club length, swing length, and power option that will produce the yardage you need. And now, you have a partial wedge game!