100 Yards and In

I read that 65 percent of an average golfer’s score is determined within 100 yards of the hole. It’s not exactly a shocking piece of information. But it does serve as a useful reminder to work diligently on the short game as spring approaches.

As little as I’ve played in recent years, my most feared shot in golf is the half to three-quarter wedge. Without much play or practice, there’s absolutely no feel, no finesse and no confidence.

Equipment is also critical, which brings me to Mike Sigers of the Travelling Golfer who emailed me about The Wedge Guy. It’s a new blog authored by Terry Koehler, president of Eidolon Golf.

I’ve already read many good things about Terry’s wedges and encourage you to check out his blog.

The Armchair Golfer

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Neil Sagebiel

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