Hitting a Good Open-Face Wedge Shot in Golf

You certainly have seen it on TV from time to time – a player is in a tough spot off to the side of a green, and they open the face of their wedge to float the ball up softly into the air and it lands beautifully on the green. Most amateur golfers would love to be able to hit this kind of a shot, but sadly their attempts usually end badly. If you would like to hit a lob shot with an open faced wedge around the green, this article will point you in the right direction.

A good open-face wedge shot is a four step process. Follow along with the process below, and the shot will quickly seem easier than you once thought.