Pitching Techniques of the Tour Pros

By Wayne | Videos: Swing Analysis

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John Neeson April 3, 2014

The Accursed Kikuyu.
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Personally I think there is a divide between ‘pitch’ shots with any kind of pace or force and those which are purely touch shots around the green and are more like chips. If you have ever played on Kikuyu grass, (like at Riviera) you will know this. Standard pitches from say 30 yds on up can be played normally because the speed and weight of the club cuts through any minor contact error. By normally, I mean the ‘leading edge’ technique Wayne expounds.
‘Flop’ shots around the green can be very easy since the ball sits high on Kikuyu – the ‘hackers’ delight. But sometimes it can sit uncomfortably high for the good player, who prefers to feel the ground under the ball on contact.
Where Kikuyu does get scary is (a) delicate pitches around the green with a wedge or sand iron and (b) playing a high short pitch or flop when the ball is ‘down’ in the Kikuyu. In the case of (a) perfect contact is required or you can hit the ball embarrassingly short by catching the turf one millimetre fat – and playing the ball back is no safeguard since it obviates the bounce and increases the risk of catching the leading edge.
I tend to think that one might need a different type of ‘bounce’ on wedges in order to play Kikuyu consistently. So if anyone out there has any Kikuyu tips, I’d be grateful.
Since moving back to the east coast of Australia, I have sadly left behind the tight links turf of my native Scotland, the wonderful native couch of the (old) Melbourne Sandbelt and the delicate lush grasses of European parkland courses. I am now consigned to hitting, (dare I say yipping), from the ‘Velcro’ or barbed wire of Kikuyu. I believe this stuff came from South Africa. I should ask Schwartzel for a tip. They owe us one for this invasion of African weed we play golf on in New South Wales.

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