Being a good golfer entails being able to use all of the clubs in your bag. Of course, the most important club is the putter, but it’s not the only club that you need to practice with.
Take golf wedges for example. It’s hard not to use a wedge every now and then on the course. The wedge shot is perhaps the trickiest one on the course, because it’s a short shot of varying yardage. That means that you need to be able to put your approach shot close to the pin whether that shot is a 90 yard shot or a 15 yard shot. The wedge does it all for you.
Once on the green, however, its your golf putters that need to do the work. You’ve heard the phrase that putting is where they money is. Well, that is absolutely true. Therefore, if you could be dynamite with just one club, the one to pick is probably the putter. Plus, you can also win at miniature golf then too when you are at the beach.
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