It's a shot that can make you look foolish at times if things go wrong, but it's also a shot that you need to have in your bag if you want to be a good player.
What shot are we talking about? None other than the flop shot.
No matter where you play, there will be times when you need to pitch the ball high and have it come down soft to have any chance of getting up and down, and in this video segment, PGA Tour winner Brad Faxon is going to show you how to play the flop shot.
Take Faxon's advice when it comes to set-up adjustments and don't be afraid to use the toe of your wedge in order to save more shots around the green.
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