3 Keys To Hitting Greens From Uphill Lies

Paul Ramee

Paul Ramee

Golf Digest Best in Connecticut, 2016 Connecticut PGA Teacher of the Year

When you’re faced with an uphill lie, there are a few things you need to do to get your next shot onto the green: create a wide base and align your shoulders with the slope so that you can swing along it.

Finally, you need to get your weight into your lead side to avoid the pitfalls that come with a lack of weight transfer. Getting around that lead foot will result in a consistent, expected ball flight and have you on the green after being faced with a difficult lie.