Author: CLG Staff
11/28/2018 at 4:03 pmAround The Green
Hitting The Pitch Shot
Brad Myers is the Director of Golf at Hammock Dunes Club. Prior to that Brad was at Congressional Country Club where he had been employed for 15 years, most recently as the Head Golf Professional. While at Congressional, Brad was instrumental in helping them achieve their ranking as one of the “Top 100 Golf Shops” in America. Before that, Brad was employed as an Assistant Golf professional at the Kenwood Country Club, also in Bethesda.
The Pitch Shot
When confronted with your ball just off the green on closely mowed grass most players are encouraged to use the putter first. If you can't use the putter then consider hitting a pitch shot. If you can't do that you may be forced to hit a shot that requires you to throw the high in the air, almost like a flop shot. With the pitch shot you want to keep the ball low, bounce once and then release to the flag.