Great accuracy and determination is called for when you are playing a shot of golf just short of the green. This will make for better golf.
Uncertainty will mean that you either hurry the stroke in a belated endeavor to pitch the ball with rbz irons for sale further up to the hole or you quit on it through a last split-second feeling that you need to drop it shorter.
In either case you have distorted the delivery of the rbz irons head to the ball. This is weakness. Make up your mind to go ahead with the stroke you have pictured. To change the picture half-way is out of the question.
Practice these vital approach shots, which open up the prospect of a birdie every time they are properly judged and correctly executed. Indeed practice in this type of shot can be doubly beneficial. You will develop a greater accuracy and confidence in your ability to attack the hole by firm, not diffident stroke-making with taylormade 2.0 irons for sale. And by making the correct movement away from, back to, and through the ball in this compact stroke you will consolidate your action in the hitting area -consolidation which will spread into your playing of the longer clubs.
The high pitch-and-run is played in similar manner to the pitch shot. The low pitch-and-run, giving less carry and more run, is played with the club-face hooded, that is, with the hands more forward of the ball at address and the ball played more off the back foot. These considerations also apply to the run-up which is played with a straighter faced taylor made burner 2.0 irons, such as a five iron, but the club used is a matter of individual choice in the light of experience.
There is one factor which needs to be taken into account when playing from the rough particularly when near the green. You cannot apply the amount of back-spin from the rough as when "pinching" the ball against the turf of the fairway. Therefore expect more roll when the ball lands and allow accordingly.