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Follow Through Hold For Wedges

The follow through is always a great position to train, but with the finesse wedge, it may be even more useful since many shots rarely have enough energy to go past it.  When looking at your follow through, look for the following keys:

  • Upper body facing the target
  • Lower body on top of upper body
  • Club shaft pointing near left hip for a right handed golfer and even with or lower than hands
  • Grip about the same distance from the body as it was at impact or even a little less
  • Club face still in a neutral position (roughly parallel to spine)

If you get into a finish position that has those characteristics, you are likely to hit solid shots and as long as you practice your tempo to gauge distance control, you will have the foundation for a skilled wedge game.

Playlists: Finesse Wedge - Chipping and Pitching

Tags: Pitch, Chip, Drill, Intermediate

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