Calibrated Short-Game System That Will Save You Strokes
Calibrate your chipping, pitching and delicate shots
Cut your handicap 20% to 50%
Save strokes from 100 yards in
Get up and down more often
Get close when short-sided
Finesse that short lob
Confidently hit over that trap and get on the green
How much would you pay to cut 5 to 10 strokes from your game?
It is not how hard you can hit a wedge, but how close you can hit it to the pin.
Learn to use all of your short irons effectively from 100 yards in. Know how far your ball will travel in the air and on the ground.
Bag Tag that acts like a Caddie; Giving you the infor-
you need to get up and down from within 100 yards.
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The Golf Cheat Sheet
1520 West River Road
Scottsville, VA 24590
Method of Development:
The Golf Cheat Sheet was invented by Golf Teaching Professional Richard O. Singleton as a way to help amateur to advanced golfers get control of their short game. The card was developed by controlled experiment, using the loft of the club, the speed of the swing (three swings are clearly described on the back of the card) to determine just how far the ball would travel in the air, and using average greens (flat, medium length cut, and medium softness) as the criteria for ascertaining the distance of the roll after landing. Obviously, roll will differ with differing conditions (slope, softness, and cut of the greens) and
atmospheric conditions (wind, rain).