Scoring wedges are precision shots. If you want to shoot lower scores, you have to have great low point control with your scoring wedges
Since most of the shots you take in golf are played off the ground, it’s important to learn how to properly interact with the ground. Once you know how to read the feedback the Divot Board gives you, you’ll be that much closer to perfect precision.
Take a few shots with your sand wedge without a ball. The goal is for the divot to start in the yellow circle and arc mildly to the left (for right handed golfers).
If the majority of your divots start:
Before the yellow circle – You’re going to hit the ball fat and land short.
After the yellow circle – You’re going to hit the ball thin and fly over the green.