Precision woods and long iron shots by Daniel McDonald;Richard Goodman

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The green is at a distance of 180 to 225 yards, and the pin is positioned in the middle of the green but to the left side.  This strategy eliminates the need to skirt the corner of the dogleg or to fly the trees to land the ball on the green.  Slightly close the club face behind the ball by moving the toe of the club slightly toward the ball. Concept Because shots that hook 15 to 25 yards usually will roll considerably after landing, the objective for this situation is to produce a shot with sufficient height and trajectory to offset the roll when the ball reaches the green (see photo b).

Choke down on the grip of a less­lofted fairway wood but still make an aggressive shot; the ball will land softly on the green.  Focus on making long, slow backswing, keeping the club head close to ground to a point slightly beyond the end of the grip fa the target.  If you are on the right backswing path with the club still moving low to the surface, you should gently clip the tee from the ground.  The green is narrow but deep, with a depth of 40 yards from front to back.  The left­to­right curving shot is required because the slope forces an outside­to­ inside swing path.

The shot to the green is at a distance of 180 to 225 yards. Strategy To compensate for the natural flight of the ball to the right (for a right­handed person the flight will be away from the slope of the hill), make a solid shot that starts the ball slightly to the left of the target but then falls to the right without excessive slicing.  Adjust the ball closer to the middle of your stance (see photo a).  Focus on maintaining this stance to avoid distorting the shot by either pulling away from the ball or leaning excessively into the ball.

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