By Ethan Danish
The best players in the world practice hitting each club a variety of distances. Sure, they have their stock shots,but they work at creating the maximum choice based on course conditions and the lie of the ball. How do they do it?
Here’s what I mean
Maybe they need to hit their 8 iron on a higher trajectory than normal because it's to a tucked pin and down wind. By swinging harder it will add more spin and climb into the air higher, making it land softer. Then on the next hole, maybe they need to hit their 8 iron 40 yards shorter because it’s downhill to a back pin. The pros don't do this by changing the length of their swing. They change the speed of their arms.
On the range