There’s no doubt about it; whether you want to play on one of the PGA tours or one of the women’s professional golf tours you are going to have to be a great wedge player. You have to have the ability to control the distance you hit your wedges to within a yard or two of where you’re aiming to hit it if you want to increase your chances of succeeding on a professional golf tour.
In this video golf instruction lesson David Milne two times Australian PGA golf teacher of the year and co-director of Pro Tour Golf College will show you the correct way to play to play a sixty yard approach wedge shot that will increase your par and birdie average and lead you to lower golf scores.
We hope that you enjoyed this video golf instruction lesson and hope that it helps you to hit your wedges closer to the hole so you can produce lower golf scores and becao
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