This is essential knowledge that informs your shot choice around the greens.
If you have the wrong club in your hands then you have very little chance of getting it close.
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Question 1 of 10
The ball flies 20% of the journey and rolls the rest. What club are you chipping with?
Sand Wedge (56 degree)
Question 2 of 10
You need to play over a bunker which means you need to fly the ball at least 50% of the way to the hole. Do you
Use a lob wedge and fly it all the way to the hole?
Use an 8 iron and land it just over the trap?
Use a sand wedge and land the ball 2 club lengths over the bunker and allow it to roll the rest of the journey?
Use a lob wedge and land the ball 2 club lengths over the bunker and allow it to roll the rest of the journey?
Question 3 of 10
I need a club that flies 50% and rolls 50%. That would be
Please remember that these numbers are rough guidelines and do not take into account wind, slope, lie etc
Question 4 of 10
You are playing from a downslope. How does this affect your ball flight and roll?
The ball will fly lower and run less.
The ball will fly higher and run more.
The ball will fly the same but spin less.
The ball will fly lower and run more.
Question 5 of 10
I need to fly the ball 90% of the way to the flag and stop. I should use..
Check that no-one is looking and throw it.
Question 6 of 10
You have 25 yards to the flag but there are 10 yards of rough between you and the edge of the green. I should use..
Question 7 of 10
You have a 20 yard shot of which 10 yards is rough before the green. What is the best club to use so that the ball lands 2 club lengths on the green and rolls to the flag?
Question 8 of 10
You are 2 yards off the edge of the green with another 20 yards to the flag but the green is down hill to the flag, Which 2 clubs would be best suited?
Question 9 of 10
You have a 30 yard shot that is 90% carry 10% roll but the ball is landing on an upslope. Which is the best club for this situation?
Question 10 of 10
As a general short game strategy it is best to
Fly the ball all the way to the hole to take out any ground inconsistencies.
Always land it half way to the hole
Keep it on the ground all the way
Plan to land the ball 2 club lengths on the green with a club that will then roll the rest of the way to the hole.
Roll up your sleeves, play a lob shot and high five your buddies