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Golf Swing Technique for Pitching to Get Backspin and Distance Control with Wedges

Simple golf swing system for pitching wedges distance control and backspin

In the golf lesson Andy Gorman contributor to The Art Of Simple Golf gives you the 2 golf swing techniques you need for pitching like a superstar. You don’t need hours and hours to become good at the wedge game in golf, sure it helps to practice as much as the PGA pros or European Tour players but…

If you have a simple golf swing gear feel like we use in the Stroke to Swing system you can have the simplest frikkin moves that deliver amazing results. Pitching with backspin and distance control can be had with just 2 swings.

A 1/2 swing (we term it as the 3rd gear of golf)
Which golf swing sequence is ;
Shoulders/chest turn
Hip turn
Wrists/elbow hinge
A 3/4 swing (we term it as the 4th gear of golf)
Same as above for all moves but we just add;
Arm lift/extra turn

Do that for a few inches and your swing will generate about 20 more yards with the same wedge.

So no matter how good or bad your practice range is, you can work on this simple golf technique with your wedges to have more consistency, pitch with backspin and get great distance control with wedges.

We have the golf swing and your total game boiled down to the most simple golf swing tips If you’re looking to get more power and consistency while improving key fundamentals!

 

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