How To Not Putting Mistakes
It seems so simple, but many recreational players hurt their chances for solid contact by not properly setting up to the golf ball, especially with a pitching or sand wedge in their hands. A major setup mistake golfers make when playing a wedge shot is standing too far away from the ball. It’s a short club, so stand a little closer and in an upright posture. Since you won’t have time to get your left side out of the way, play from an open stance, with your front foot pulled back.
And always make sure your right elbow is against your right side. If the elbow gets away from the body, you’ll lose control of the clubhead, and since swings with wedges are much shorter than those with your other irons, you won’t have time to recover.