'Constraints Led Learning' is hugely in vogue at the moment and there are some professionals that only coach with the use of task constraints and avoid explicit instructions at all costs. IMO this is quite extreme but task constraints do play a huge role in Motor Learning and pretty much every session I deliver will have some form of this learning.
The reported benefits are that you don't get bogged down with ideas, concepts and language but are left to explore in your own way that is more akin to how we learn core movement skills as a child.
The combination of knowing the key principles of lob shots and a task to keep you engaged is a powerful combination
Having only one club in his younger days was the constraint that led Seve to develop such a versatile short game.
Be mindful that as we open the face and lower the hands, the bounce of the club is exposed. Apart from your wedges, clubs are not designed to be played in this way so you may need a fluffy lie to be able to slide the club under the ball.
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