Between Golf Clubs on the Approach? Here’s What to Do
And, under the same conditions, you hit your 7-iron around 155 yards. That means there is a 15-yard gap between those two clubs. So, when you arrive at your ball for an approach shot and find that you have 147-yards to the target, you are officially between clubs. The 7-iron is too much, and the 8-iron is not enough. So, what do you do?
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