The wet, thick rough at this week’s U.S. Open at Merion will mean many players won’t be able to get their approach shots to the putting surface when they miss fairways off the tee.
Making solid contact when chipping is often tough for the average golfer, many of whom struggle with that aspect of the game because they tend to scoop the ball.
The TPC at Sawgrass, site of this week’s Players Championship, is one of the most demanding stops on the PGA Tour.
Most average golfers don’t have a true understanding of the role that posture plays in being able to swing the golf club, especially as it relates to making a good turn away from the ball.
If there’s one shot that you need to have in the bag at the Masters, it’s a ball