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Mel's new Faults and Fixes Series helps you diagnose your own swing problems by observing Mel demonstrating what not to do when you're taking a swing. Can you identify the problems with Mel's pitching and full swing in this month's Mel in Motion video ... The Flop Shot is one of those big beautiful swings that you see players like Mickelson or Woods take. Despite appearances, it's also a very high risk type of swing. The Lob Shot will give you the same results but with less risk. Watch this month's Mel ... This month's golf tip covers the lob shot, a good alternative when the pitch shot just won't do. A lob shot is a high-trajectory shot that lands on the putting green with little or no roll. Mel demonstrates the lob shot in this month's video golf tip. ... This month's golf tip heralds a new era in the monthly Mel Sole Golf Tip series. I have finally caught up with technology and will now be providing video golf tips to make things more interesting and even more informative. We will be calling these "Mel ... This month's golf tip comes from Ann Goodman of Harrisburg, PA who says: "I have a terrible time falling back on my pitch shots and bunker shots. Although my ... This months tip was a request from Bill Austin of Pawleys Island who wants to know how to play that high, soft lob shot over a bunker to a tight pin placement, getting the ball to stop fairly quickly. Vital ... This month's tip is suggested by Jackie Wynn of Chattanooga, Tennessee who writes "I have a tendency to "scoop" my wedge shots which results in very high shots with ... Most times when a golfer tops the ball, their spouse or playing partner will say "You lifted your head!" This is not the case. The most common cause of topping is the collapsing of the left arm ( for right-handed golfers) causing the distance between ... This is the October 1997 Monthly Golf Tip brought to you by Mel Sole, Director of Instruction at the Mel Sole Golf Schools headquartered at Pawleys Plantation Golf and Country Club in Pawleys Island, SC.
For Pitching try the 7 - 8 - 9 Method.
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