Tee up a second ball about 31.2 inches from the first ball, closer to you.The clubhead on your pitching wedge should fit neatly between the board and the second ball. Set up to the ball closest to the board and practice hitting 20-yard pitch shots.Your goal is to catch the shot as cleanly as you can without hitting the board or the second ball. Sweep the ball off the grass without taking a divot. Make gentle, down-the- line motions until you become confident that you won't hit the board or the inside ball. Then, gradually make longer swings for longer wedge shots. Keep your swing smooth.this is about center contact, not power.