Every golfer has a short-game handicap creates an effective game plan for practise and improvement.
Updated 17 April 2018
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17 Apr 2018
50 yard pitch. Straightforward pitch – no obstacles in between.
30 yard pitch. Straightforward pitch – no obstacles in between.
8 yard sand shot. From greenside bunker with a modest bunker face.
15 yard sand ‘blast’ shot. From greenside bunker with no significant bunker face.
10 yard chipping from light fringe. Straightforward chip from light fringe; no obstacles and space to roll out.
20 yard chipping from light rough. Straightforward chip from light rough; no obstacles and space to roll out.
15 yard short pitching. Straightforward chip from short cut; no obstacles – roughly 10 yds flight and 5 yds roll.
15 yard pitch. This is a lob-wedge type shot over a “bunker” to a tight pin position.
Each test consists of 10 shots.
4 points if it is holed.
2 points if it finishes within 3 foot of the hole.
1 points if it finishes between 3 and 6 foot from the hole.
0 points if it is beyond 6 foot.