Wet Ground Conditions

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Ron Philo Jr. teaches you how to practice for playing a round of golf with wet ground conditions. Specifically, he focuses on hitting a ball that has mud stuck to it after popping out of a divot. You’ll hit the ball the same way as you normally would, but you have to remember to account for the weight of the mud on one side of the ball. The extra weight on the left or right side of the ball will cause it to essentially lean in one direction or the other. The extra weight on the top or front will cause it to knuckle.