(without spending hours at the range)
If you want gain confidence in your ability with all your wedges from 100 yards and in, have a simple check "system" to ensure every minute you practice your wedge game is productive, or even if you just want to build solid wedge fundamentals that benefit your full swing, then this is the most important letter you'll read all year! Here's why...
In all my years of teaching Single Plane Golfers the short game, one of the biggest challenges I see them face is their ball position and alignment with their wedges.
Since most of our wedge shots are less than "full" swings, we have to align our bodies differently than the full swing, and most golfers aren't aware of this, and their wedge game suffers.
I developed the Short Game Alignment & Ball Position Trainer to help you get the fundamentally "easy" parts of your wedge game perfect every single time, allowing you to focus on your swing and feel around the greens.
In my teaching experience, using the Short Game Alignment & Ball Position Trainer gives Single Plane Golfers an "unfair" advantage in their wedge practice, whether indoors or outdoors.
In fact, I still use the Short Game Alignment & Ball Position Trainer every time I'm practicing my wedge game! I believe you can never be good enough when it comes to the scoring game!!
I’m Tim Graves and I am the co-founder of Graves Golf and a PGA teaching professional
I've spent over 20 years with my brother Todd helping Single Plane Golfers just like you to achieve all golfers common goal of shooting lower scores. My teaching focus is in the “scoring” part of the game, the wedge and putting.
When you get the ball position and alignment correct in your wedge game, you can start "pin seeking" with all your shots around the green
For most of our students, over 70% of their shots are from inside 100 yards of the green.
To record lower scores, you MUST have a wedge game that can get the ball on the green and close to the hole more often.
Having confidence in your wedge game and your ability to hit any type of shot you may need requires consistency in your ball position and alignment depending on the shot you want to hit.
You can spend the winter months perfecting all the "simple" parts of your wedge game - the ball position and body alignment.