28 Dec '12, 10pm

Open your stance but not the clubface for better contact and plenty of loft on pitch shots.

Open your stance but not the clubface for better contact and plenty of loft on pitch shots.

If you don't work a lot on your short game, you'll struggle with the old-school lob shot, where you open the clubface and swing out to in across the ball. With this method, you don't transfer a lot of the club's energy to the ball, so it's tough to figure out how hard to hit it. Plus, the open face can make the ball fly to the right. Here's a better technique: 1. Play the ball just ahead of center in your stance, and set the clubface square to the target. If you want to add loft, lower your hands so the shaft isn't as upright. (Lowering your hands points the face left, so adjust.) 2. Keeping your shoulders and hips square, drop your left foot back so your stance line points left of the target (above). 3. Make your normal backswing, then swing the club down along your stance line. You'll make better contact than with the old method, and that means more consistency. Illustra...

Full article: http://www.golfdigest.com/golf-instruction/2012-03/sean-f...

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