By Swingpal.com staff
With the Labor Day weekend just about to begin, golfers everywhere, especially in places where the golf season will soon be winding down, will be looking to hit the links or at the very least the driving range in the coming days.
One of the things that holds most golfers back from shooting the kind of scores they want is that they don't practice their wedge games as often as they should.
When you get a wedge in your hand, that's a scoring opportunity, whether it be to make a much-needed birdie or to possibly save a par after an errant shot.
Practice is the key to being a good wedge player, as it takes repetitions to dial in your distances and trajectories with each of the wedges in your bag.
If you work on these critical aspects of wedge play, you'll shave strokes off your score and have more fun on the course.