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Golf Australia Express : GA Express 279
PELZ'S CORNER VIDEO: DAVE PELZ SHOWS HOW TO ASSESS YOUR LIE ASSESS YOUR LIE THERE’S a very good reason why pros carry more than two wedges. Some even carry four wedges so they can hit the best possible pitch shots from a wide variety of lies. As Dave Pelz explains, you wouldn’t use the same wedge for a shot from a tight lie as you would for a fluffy lie. For example, if you are faced with a pitch shot from hardpan you need to use a wedge with very little bounce ... conversely if your ball is lying in a fluffy lie in the rough, you can go for a wedge with more bounce to help get through the grass. Brought to you by Cleveland Golf – Where Scoring Matters. E
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