Pitching the Golf Ball is Just Like Clockwork

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We go to Regents Glen Country Club in York County for the FOX43 Golf Tip of the Week.

Jamie Connors, PGA Professional

"We are going to talk about pitching.  Let's make a few swings here.  When we are pitching the golf ball, we want our feet close together.  We are not looking to have our hips move around here.

We just want to work on swinging the golf club at 3 o'clock and 9 o'clock so the toe should be pointing in the sky, waist high on the backswing and we want it to point up the sky to waist high on the forward swing.

Arms are nice and soft and my legs are not moving around.  Toe up.  If we can do that, we will wind up hitting a lot of good pitch shots."

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