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There are a handful of issues that can create poor contact with the finesse wedges. Most of these are arm related, but there is a common body pattern that can also be detrimental. This pattern usually involves a significant lateral shift to the front leg during the downswing. This shift moves our "center" too forward of the ball and is usually accompanied by a strong pull of the arms in order to compensate. This then creates a large amount of shaft lean or the need for a sudden and aggressive release. To combat this lateral shift, a simple "T" setup (using alignment sticks) and the cue for a "centered" pivot is a great starting point.
Playlists: Finesse Wedge - Chipping and Pitching
Tags: Poor Contact, Pitch, Chip, Drill, Beginner