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50 Yard Pitch Shot – Draw Pitching

Do you struggle with pitching in from 50 yards? In this video we give a great tip for that 50 yard pitch shot, so that you get the result you want every time.

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  1. danhuck

    this video really did improve my pitches in the 50 yard range. In that past I used more of an open stance with the ball positioned back in my stance and weight on my left (forward) leg.

    Now I us…

    1. Andy

      Hi Dan. That’s great well done!! Happy to hear we are helping and especially with this shot as golfers struggle with it so much. It is a game changer if you can get good at this.

      Thanks

      Andy

  2. bfornal

    At 1:50 on the green in the background, checkout the guy sprinting after his friend’s cart rolling away down the hill. Cracks me up.
    Anyway, really enjoyed the “Slice to Draw” series. Starting to …

  3. Olusegun

    Hi guys, great tips. I am wondering what is the best club for this type of shots? Pitching wedge? 60deg wedge?

  4. Olusegun

    Hi guys, great tips. I am wondering what is the best club for this type of shot? Pitching wedge? 60deg wedge?

  5. Olusegun

    I guess im never going to get a reply to the question above 🙂

    1. Andy

      Hi. Sorry but I can’t see your question. Can you ask me your question again please and i will answer it for you. So sorry we missed it!

      Thanks

      Andy

      1. Olusegun

        OK. Thanks. I was wondering what the best club is for this type of shot

  6. Olusegun

    OK. Thanks. I was wondering what the best club is for this type of shot.

    1. Ian

      Hello Olusegen,
      The no reply issue is a general problem throughout the site. Especially since there does not appear to be any reply notification service for the original post. So even if Andy or Pie…

  7. Olusegun

    Thanks for your comments Ian.
    Well appreciated!

  8. Elworth Williams

    Whenever I approach the ball from the inside like you suggest here, I tend to shank the pitch. This is in contrast to your up, down, and in tip where you say we should hit the ground and take the clu…

    1. Andy

      Hi Elworth. Sorry for the confusion. let me explain. The up down and in is purely a feeling for golfers who “whip” it inside in the back swing too much and then swing it too much down the target line….

  9. Olivier

    Hi, great video and great tip.
    I have been implementing it lately and as you say, a much better interaction with the ground and great distance control.
    However, I am wondering about the shape of yo…

    1. Andy

      Hi olivier. Thanks for the question. I use a 58 (Andy) and Piers uses a 60. The key thing is the situation in front of you. If you need height then we will allow the hands top be softer and release th…