In this video, you’ll learn how to play out of the rough. PGA Professional Ron Philo Jr. explains the factors a golfer should consider when faced with shots from the rough. You will learn how to hit out of deep rough as well as how to play a good lie in the rough. You’ll also learn the mistake players make when they try to “muscle it out” of thick rough and how to avoid hitting a flyer out of a good lie in the rough.
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