How To Get Up And Down From Everywhere With One Club


In this video, I share with you how to vary your ball flight around the green with the same club so you can get up and down from different situations.

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  1. Excellent video, Alistair, but I thought you were going to talk about playing the entire course with one club… which I did often in the evenings when my home course was empty and playing solo golf.
    Using say an 8-iron and a pocketful of balls, I would stroll the course playing multiple balls and varying the clubhead speeds for different distance selections… and of course using several balls per hole. Practicing thus over the years the results were gratifying.
    My short game from 150yds in is exquisite and I can feather a 5-iron from 150yds which is normally a 7-iron, to the amazement of other good players. I’m tall and my club lies are upright and shafts extended for a steep swing plane. I keep my swing speed lower for control.
    I read in an ancient golfswing book that tall players are good with their short irons while short players are better with their longer clubs… because of swing plane differences.