How To Hit To An Elevated Green With Trouble In Front

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Pete Mitchell

8 Responses to “How To Hit To An Elevated Green With Trouble In Front”

  1. August 18, 2012

    HermanKoh

    Hi Paul,

    Should every golfer have go-to short? Example Tigers’ and Couples is his Fade and Bubba Watson is his Draw. The reason why we have this go-to short is that when we are playing badly on the day, we know that we have a short that we can rely on. What do you think?

    Thanks.
    Herman

    • Paul Wilson

      August 19, 2012

      Paul Wilson

      Herman, If you have a go-to shot that is a huge advantage. Just remember to go to it if you can’t get your swing back that day.

  2. August 18, 2012

    BryanRhoades

    Pete finally speaks!!! Good job on this tip guys!!! Love seeing tips from the course!!! Nice swing too Pete….look like a human swing machine ;)

    • Paul Wilson

      August 22, 2012

      Paul Wilson

      Pete is quiet but he does speak (British accent). We will do more of these in the future once we can get back on the course.

  3. August 18, 2012

    HollieWest

    Great to see Pete doing the tip!! Super idea to do tips out on the course from various situations. Awesome!

    • Paul Wilson

      August 22, 2012

      Paul Wilson

      We will do more of these in the future. our course is closed right now. Bronson did not have a tip ready so this was a good opportunity to post one from Pete. Glad you liked it.

  4. July 12, 2014

    marcrosen

    Paul,
    Where would I find how to hit wedges from 70 yards to 120 yards.
    Not sure if it is the same technique that you describe with your hybrids and driver?
    Look forward to your help, otherwise I’m enjoying the program……Marc R..

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