Wedge Play Wizardry | Part 4: Finesse Wedge Keys with Justin Thomas

From Dr. Rob Neal, Layne Savoie On September 02, 2020

In Part 4 of their in-depth wedge play seminar, Layne Savoie and Dr. Rob Neal, the co-founders of WedgeCraft, share the primary skills that Titleist Tour players use to play finesse wedge shots around... the green. Layne and Doc examine a variety of shots, ranging from 10 to 40 yards in carry distance, and provide insight into the fundamentals that players like Justin Thomas, Jason Dufner, Ian Poulter and others rely on to create solid contact, generate spin and control carry and roll-out. Layne and Rob reveal the importance of two key control variables in this staple shot (Angle of Attack and Shaft Lean) and they provide a challenging practice drill used by the great Seve Ballesteros that you can use to improve your technique and low point control in order to get up and down with much greater regularity.

To learn more about WedgeCraft and to take advantage of their new 3-month digital wedge intensive, visit https://wedgecraft.com

And for more great instructional content from Layne and Doc (including the full Wedge Play Wizardry webinar), visit the Instruction Center on Titleist.com:

https://www.titleist.com/instruction-rob-neal

https://www.titleist.com/instruction-layne-savoie

In Part 4 of their in-depth wedge play seminar, Layne Savoie and Dr. Rob Neal, the ... co-founders of WedgeCraft, share the primary skills that Titleist Tour players use to play finesse wedge shots around the green. Layne and Doc examine a variety of shots, ranging from 10 to 40 yards in carry distance, and provide insight into the fundamentals that players like Justin Thomas, Jason Dufner, Ian Poulter and others rely on to create solid contact, generate spin and control carry and roll-out. Layne and Rob reveal the importance of two key control variables in this staple shot (Angle of Attack and Shaft Lean) and they provide a challenging practice drill used by the great Seve Ballesteros that you can use to improve your technique and low point control in order to get up and down with much greater regularity.

To learn more about WedgeCraft and to take advantage of their new 3-month digital wedge intensive, visit https://wedgecraft.com

And for more great instructional content from Layne and Doc (including the full Wedge Play Wizardry webinar), visit the Instruction Center on Titleist.com:

https://www.titleist.com/instruction-rob-neal

https://www.titleist.com/instruction-layne-savoie

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