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Paul Wilson is the creator of Swing Machine Golf and founder of Ignition Golf. Paul's golf swing technique is based on the Iron Byron swing machine.
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May 11, 2018
Hi Paul. What club were you using? I would have used a wedge (2:1 ratio) because there is a steep gradient to the hole and the pin appears to be at the back of the green. The ball at the end of your shot is not clear. Regards, JOHN J.
That is a 56 degree SW. When coming out of long rough the ball might roll farther. In this case I might give it a little extra to make sure I get it out. This give me the extra roll.
May 28, 2020
Paul, I had this shot the other day. Severe uphill lie and a sand bunker between the ball and the green. I tried to play it as a regular pitch shot and ended up in the bunker. Took a double bogey. How do you suggest playing that shot?
May 30, 2020
This would be the tip that would help you with that shot. It can be frustrating, but just have to understand a few changes in setup and how to hit the shot. We posted this tip about 2 weeks ago;
Playing Lesson – Uphill Pitch Shot: https://ignitiongolf.com/uphill-pitch-shot/
December 7, 2020
What if it was a severe downhill pitch?
December 11, 2020
You would want to be using a more lofted wedge, lean with the slope and know that the shot will be coming off of the clubface very low and hot. A shot like that, you might want to be looking at landing it in the fringe short of the green to allow for the extra run that the ball will have. Check out this tip:
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