Pivot Compression Golf Swing: 35. Putting Basics

By Wayne | Videos: PCGS lesson series

There is one thing I can tell you that is for sure when it comes to putting: you better find a way to get the ball into the hole, because if you don’t you’re never going to shoot great scores, and you’re never going to be completely happy with a round of golf.
In this putting video I tell you and show you what I know about putting basics, the substance of which comes from all my playing experience as well as my teaching experience.

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Pivot Compression Golf Swing: 34. Pitching From the Rough

By Wayne | Videos: PCGS lesson series

Here we look at how to pitch onto the green from the rough. When you miss a green and the ball is not in a bunker the first thing you will note when you come upon your ball is how it is lying in the grass. Next you look up and find the pin, note the characteristics of the green between you and the hole, and begin to configure a shot to play that will either go in the hole or leave you a tap-in for your next shot.

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Pivot Compression Golf Swing: 32. 10 and 20 Yard Standard Pitch Shots to a Tight Pin

By Wayne | Videos: PCGS lesson series

The standard play here is our normal pitch setup (ball centered, open stance, weight slightly left, hands slightly forward) with the one change to a more open clubface. As you will see in the video the swing involves less arm swing going back (and very little body movement), more wrist cock, and still a significant amount of forward pivot motion (the standard 45 degree push).

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