How To Hit a Wood or Hybrid off a Long Par 3 and Get It to Stop on the Green

By August 4, 2016Blog, Golf

Long par 3’s can often cause a lot of indecision before we hit the tee shot – particularly if we’ve got a bit of water or an obstacle to hit over to get to the green!

Should we take a long iron, a hybrid or a wood? And will it hold the green or run through?

As part of Golf University’s weekly “Tip from the Pro” I videoed Grant Field the Queensland PGA Teacher of the Year and coach of upcoming PGA Tour Superstar Cameron Smith at Riverside Oaks Golf Resort, in Sydney, Australia, where he teaches us:

  • The right clubs to use from a long par 3
  • How to get the ball to come in higher and softer

And …

  • How to avoid having the ball come up short or run through

Which will ultimately…

  • Help us get the ball to come in higher and softer so it lands and stops on the green

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I look forward to playing golf with you in person and having my golf experts helping you improve your game at the same time.

Until next week

To the green in regulation!

Andrew “Mirror” McCombe

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