Here’s my technique for putting out of a bad lie from off the green: Putting from a Bad Lie from off the Green from Grant Brown Golf on Vimeo.Continue Reading... Comments Off on Putting from a Bad Lie from off the Green
Here’s how I play a punch shot: How to Play a Punch Shot from Grant Brown Golf on Vimeo. Teaching and Playing Golf Professional Grant Brown demonstrates how to play a punch shot.Continue Reading... Comments Off on How to Play a Punch Shot
Do you know what a flyer lie out of the rough is and how to play it? A flyer is when the ball jumps out of the rough on a shot with an iron or wedge and flies farther than normal. This shot happens when there is just enough grass between clubface and ball […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Playing from a Flyer Lie
When I need to hit a low shot under a tree, I take a mid or long iron and hit a punch shot. In the pictures above, I am using a 7 iron from about 90 yards. Below are my punch shot basics. Set-up: 1. I take a narrow stance with my trailing (right) knee […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Punch Shot Basics
At one time or another most golfers have encountered this scenario: Your ball comes to rest behind a tree. The tree is blocking your follow through and you are worried about bending the shaft on the trunk of the tree during your follow through. In the past, I used a standard set-up for this […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Trouble Shot: Limited Follow Through
If the ball is above your feet at address, you will want to set up with a more upright spine angle than normal. Also, make sure to set up farther from the ball and aim a little right as well.If the ball is below your feet at address you will want to tilt more at […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Set-Up: Ball above and below feet
Setting up properly is the most important part of hitting off upslopes and downslopes. My goal is to set up so that the clubhead will swing parallel to the slope through impact. Below are my keys for mastering upslopes and downslopes. Upslopes: 1. Lean to the right: For upslopes, I take a normal width […]Continue Reading... 1 Comment.
You might not need the left-handed pitch very often, but when you do need this shot, you will be glad you practiced it. I have used this shot fewer than 20 times in 6 years of tournament golf, but being able to execute it on the first try has sure come in handy. Here’s my […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Left-handed Pitch Shot