The short game accounts for more than 50% of a round of golf so it's pretty important to get right. Put our latest pitching and chipping tips in play ahead of your next round and we believe you'll notice a difference in your wedge game within a week.
We can't promise these helpful tips will turn you into a multiple major champion like Jordan Spieth, but they will at least help you become a more consistent player around the greens. And that will lead to lower scores and bragging rights in the clubhouse.
These tips will also make you look at shot selection a little more differently, than simply just picking out the 56-degree wedge each time.
Let's start with our first short game tip, and it's a classic: 'The Clock Face Drill'...