Short Game Drills Series – Final Post

by JL Lewis on April 12, 2012

Over the last several weeks we have posted a new short game drill to help improve your golf game. The following two drills are the last in this Short Game Drills Series.


Compete on the putting green with other golfers to simulate pressure. Keep score and remember, the best way to become a better putter is to spend time with good putters.


Practice greenside bunker shots with a pitching wedge and then a sand wedge. The pitching wedge from the sand allows the player to properly execute the motion with less loft, making it harder to stop the ball. It will then be much easier to stop the ball with the sand wedge.

Review other short game drills from this series by clicking the links below.

Short Game Drills – Post 5

Short Game Drills – Post 6

Short Game Drills – Post 7


We hope you have gained confidence and improved your short game while practicing these short game drills over the last several weeks. Please post any comments or questions to the blog or by emailing us and we will be happy to address them. Find other golf tips on my website or in my book, the “Pocket Pro” edition of “Golf Tips from the Tour.”






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