By Brian Mogg
Tuesday, April 29, 2008

Common mistake: You try to fly a sand or pitching wedge to the hole and come up short.

The right play: Simply adjust your setup to get more mileage out of the easier-to-control pitch-and-run shot.

How to do it:

Keep the clubface closed through impact and try to catch the ball closer to the toe — this will create topspin.

Take one less club, but set up as you normally would.

Close the clubface slightly and take the club inside.

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