You’re not alone. Millions of players struggle for better control, more loft, and consistency with their chips and pitches—every time they play. Are you one of them?
The short game accounts for more than half of all the shots players take when they hit the course. That’s two, three, and sometimes four chips and pitches per hole—or more. And it’s killing your game.
Do you flub easy chip shots or hit thin shots that sail past the green?
Do you regularly hit fat shots that don’t go anywhere or leave shots in the bunker?
Are you tired of smirks and laughs from the others in your foursome?
If any of that sounds familiar, you need to see what happened when former PGA pro Arron Oberholser asked long-time golfer (and 18-handicapper) Allan Brilz to take a few shots with the revolutionary new xE1 wedge.
You have to see this to believe it…
Alan didn’t take a single practice swing. And he wasn’t coached on his technique. He simply picked up the xE1 wedge and hit three straight shots over the bunker and on to the green. One within three feet of the pin.
And, as he said, “it was effortless.”