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    I carry a 52, 56, and either a 58 or 60 degree wedges. I am always pulling them to the left. Any ideas on how I can stop this from happening or what I am doing wrong.
    Thanks Dant

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    Re: pulling my wedges

    I await an answer as I do this on occassions.

    Bri

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    • #3
      Re: pulling my wedges

      I had that problem for some time, then I realised that my left hand grip was too strong on my pitches (thumb about 1 o'clock). I adjusted my grip (thumb about 12:15), and the pulls went away. There may be a couple of other reasons why your pitches go left (or any shot for that matter):

      - not staying down through the shot, changing your spine angle before contacting the ball
      - setting up in a manner that guarantees an out to in swingpath

      There's some fun stuff for you to chew on at the chipping green.

      Cheers, GB

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        Re: pulling my wedges

        Originally posted by dant View Post
        I carry a 52, 56, and either a 58 or 60 degree wedges. I am always pulling them to the left. Any ideas on how I can stop this from happening or what I am doing wrong.
        Thanks Dant
        First thing I'd do is get the lies checked using a lie board & tape.
        I suspect that your wedges may be to upright - causing the heel to dig & the toe to flip.

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