Fred Griffin Short Game Tip: Practice 85 Yard Shots to Make More Birdies

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Fred Griffin: Short Game Tip

Fred Griffin is the director of the Grand Cypress Academy of Golf in Orlando, Florida. In his tenure of teaching Fred Griffin has earned some serious recognition as Golf Magazine Top 100 Teacher, Golf Digest Top 50 Teacher, and Golf Digest Top Teacher in the state of Florida, 1988 North Florida PGA Section Teacher of the Year and 2009 East Central Chapter Teacher of the Year. Golf Life caught up with Fred Griffin at the Grand Cypress Golf Academy in Orlando Florida for a great short game tip on approach shots with your wedges.

 

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