I’m also a 23 hdcp and use PW, 52 and 56 the most. 60 degree as needed, rarely. PW and 56(SW) the most, but I often have 90 to 100 yard approach shots that the 52 degree is my best option. Today I had two of these back to back and was a combination of a fat shot and toe dig deep. I’m not sure this is something very common or not. I have not read this problem before.
I do want to thank Jon and Adam for their work on this website, forum and Sweet Spot podcast. It has changed my game more than you know. I just need to get passed some poor wedges and mental break downs after some bad shots Today I started with 3 pars and 5 bogeys until I topped my driver for a final score of 7 to finish front. Started back 9 with great drives on first 2 holes but toe’d the wedges, doubling one and pulling out bogey on the next. Trying to make up for the bad holes I made some bad decisions on the next 3 holes. Pulled it together with 3 bogeys and a par for last four holes. Just need to get thru some mental mistakes still. Getting there and not letting it get me down.
Any ideas on the heavy toe divots, they sometimes a little fat too.