Dustin Johnson has made his bones on letting his “big dawg eat.” But truth be told the 2016 U.S.Open Champion earns plenty of cash with his wedge game. As we saw at Oakmont (when the USGA wasn’t screwing up his deal) he can really do some damage with his short clubs. In fact he leads the PGA Tour in approaches from 50-125 yards and is second from 150-175. That’s a serious short game! Check out his wedge game tips.
With the torture test otherwise known as the U.S. Open right around the corner Phil Mickelson’s Deep Rough Tips are so very apropos. If Phil the Thrill is to finally break through and win that elusive Open title he’ll need to execute some shots like he demonstrates here. The rough is deep at Oakmont and deeper during the Open. Phil’s wedges will be seeing plenty of action. Watch and learn from the six time U.S. Open runner up.
Learn from the best, Butch Harmon how to stop those slices and hit the power draw.
Jason Day has been on quite a run lately and he is continuing it this week with a share of the lead at The RBC Heritage. Part of Jason’s success comes from his pre-shot routine where he actually closes his eyes to visualize his upcoming swing and shot. I usually close my eyes after I hit it…maybe I’ll try it his way.
Sometimes it seems like those PGA pros are so good they could play blindfolded. Well, watch here as ESPN’s Sports Science crew does just that with Jason Day. The video is a few moths old (it was filmed after he became world number one) but it is no less amazing. He actually hits it longer while he’s blindfolded! Now that’s impressive but don’t expect him to make like Lexi Thompson when she putts and close his eyes. Day is doing… Continue Reading