Monthly Archives: March 2015

Jordan Spieth Demonstrates the 30-, 40- and 50-yard pitch shots:

Check out these great tips from Jordan that may , may help your short game.

 

3 videos from Jordan Spieth that explains how to hit 30-, 40- and 50-yard pitch shots

By Luke Kerr-Dineen

With prime golf season fast approaching, it’s time to start thinking about the parts of your game that weren’t so hot last season. Chipping and pitching is an obvious area of concern for many, but don’t worry, Jordan Spieth has you covered.¬†American golf’s golden child¬†shot some videos with Titleist explaining some of the basics to three of the game’s most essential shots.30 yards

Takeaway tip: Keeping your hands level with the ball at impact, rather than in front of the ball, will help launch the ball into the air because you’ll be utilizing the full loft of the club.

Takeaway tip: When you try to hit a low, spinning shot onto the green, make sure to set up with the face slightly open. It’ll help you get some nice check on the golf ball.

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Takeaway tip: Generate the power you need by hinging aggressively on the backswing, and releasing calmly as the club slides under the ball.

via: 3 videos from Jordan Spieth that explains how to hit 30-, 40- and 50-yard pitch shots: The Loop

 

Jordan 2nd at Valero, On To Houston

Another great tournament and result for Jordan at Valero.

The tough course was clearly the star with many of the games best failing to even make par on the TPC San Antonio course.

Jimmy Walker and Jordan were clearly the class of the field this week with both taming the tough course.

Now its on to Houston to prep for the Masters next week.

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Jordan 4 Shots Back

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Day 3 at the TPC San Antonio course that seems to be winning against the worlds best golfers.

Despite the tough course Jimmy Walker built on his lead and after being tied for most of the day with Jordan at 7 under manager to end the day with a nice lead at 9 under par.

Jordan challenged Walker early with 3 birdies in a row to reach 7 under befote the course bit back and he ended day 3 with a 71 at 5 under.

Jordan and Walker will be in the final group tomorrow for a real Texas shot out. Should be fun to watch.

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