Golf Tips: How To Hit Your Lob Wedge

My pal and golf instructor, Jon Manos of  Bergen County, New Jersey, gave me a simple and useful tip for hitting the lob wedge.

“It is very rare that you will need a full swing with that club, ” John said during a recent practice session.

Golfers know how useful this club can be in getting over a trap and it getting the ball land softly and stop.

Get used to hitting this club without swinging hard.

For me, a two thirds to three quarters swing, seems about right for many situations.

Thanks much, Jon, for another great tip.

For some more golf tips, check these out.

Jay P. Granat, Ph.D., Founder,, named one of America’s Top Mental Gurus By Golf Digest.

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