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Jim McDonald says:

Interesting. I knew the two lies are different and need to be handled differently, but this really brought the point home. Thanks much!

Martin Tierney says:

Thanks Adam. I watched your hands in both slo-mo’s. Your hands were in line with the shaft and your belt buckle on both impacts rather than leading. I believe you may have covered this same hand position for bunker shots. I did tend to lead the hands in both situations but since centering the hands the ball comes out a lot cleaner.

melvin sacromentoe says:

Hey Adam, I think I am accidentally adding to much loft to my wedges/irons during swing. Really struggling with this I only hit my 56 like 50 yards

ricodegranby says:

Love your videos. Keep going. THANKS a lot

W R Butler says:

Brilliant. Thank you! Nothing more frustrating than ruining a magnificent iron shot toward the green than following up with a clunk chip shot that zings OVER the green and on the opposite side!

Bruce says:

Thanks again Adam as always very good information

Michael Stothard says:

Great video as always Adam, love your technique and execution, absolute Legend! ?

Bob Stjern says:

Off the fairway with a sand wedge, that technique has skull written all over it.

John M Blake says:

??‍♂️How to hit off pine straw and limbs blocking a wedge loft?

Time Is Money says:

Love your channel and your content. could be the best ive found on youtube to help my game.

deldridg says:

Thank you again Adam – long time golfer here with a scratch short game, but not so scratch on the long game at present after a bad hand injury (tablesaw) in Jan. Love the point about not needing to lag the club in the fluffy lie – something I'd not really thought much about previously. I will take that to my next practice session! In a tight lie situation, I'm always very careful to note the position of my shoulders relative to the ground (make them more parallel) so to help make more of a tangent at impact. For an uphill lie, I will tilt my shoulders uphill – almost parallel to the ground where the ball is and the same for other lies.

Love your channel and when my hand is in better shape, I will look at taking some of your online courses. Cheers and regards from Sydney, Australia – Dave

Juho Pesiö says:

Thank you for the great tips again Adam. Trying to transfer these advices to the course. Greetings from Finland ???

reuk says:

Love to watch more on short game topics ?️

BobC777 says:

These videos make me want to move to Naples! I notice you move your feet pretty close together for these little pitches – something that I find helps me as well. Thanks!

Bodybuilding TV says:

Great video on the different lies for pitching. This is always a thought when I'm standing behind the ball about to make a pitch shot. Thanks!

Robert Connell says:

Thanks Adam, glad your doing more videos again, always nice presentation.

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