Hi fellow TTers,
My short game is pretty solid but I still need help with those shots around the green from deep rough.
I am fortunate enough to be a member at The Heritage Golf & Country Club in Melbourne, Australia.
We have 36 holes to choose from, 18 of which make up the St John course, designed by Jack Nicklaus, one of only two Nicklaus courses in Australia. The St John course is an amazing course, but I have difficulty around the greens because the rough is unusual for courses here. The rough is deep and the ball often sinks right down.
I just can't seem to get a handle on how to get up and down from this rough and find myself favouring the other course, Henley, which is more traditionally Aussie, with well mown green surrounds that allow more options to get up and down.
It's a real shame that I seem to avoid St John and hopefully you guys might have some tips to help me escape the deep stuff.
R.C, maybe you could show us some drills on the Contact Show?