How Good Is Your Pitching?

As any golfer knows, having a sharp wedge game can save you shots in all sorts of situations; birdies on the short par 4s and par 5s; not to mention par saves if you get yourself out of position.


So how good is your wedge game?

Just click on the image to see how to set up the test

We've designed a really simple test to let you see how it compares with other players around the County; just click on the image to see how it works, and to pick up a scorecard.


We'll be asking many of our Juniors to do the test at a County coaching session, but that shouldn't stop anybody else having a go in the meantime; it's a brilliant way to practice, and worth investing in a few cones to let you set it up in no time at all (every golfer should have some).


As the scores come in we'll update an Order of Merit on this page based on everybody's personal best score (supervised scores only of course!).


Golf is a game of many skills, and we're confident that this test will provide an excellent view of who's best at pitching the ball from distances between 30 and 100 yards.


We're equally confident that it will throw up a few surprises too.

The Perfect Pitchers

Pos Player Home Club Personal Best
1 Chris Wood Long Ashton 100
2 Mitch Waite Filton 94
3 Jamie Berry Minchinhampton 81
4 Noah Hessey Long Ashton 78
5 David Miles Knowle 74
6 Ethan Holway Kendleshire 72
7 Tom Sproull Bristol & Clifton 67
8 Edmund Fry Westonbirt 65
9 Daniel Townsend Minchinhampton 64
10 Lewis Stalley Brickhampton Court 61
11 Daniel Berry Minchinhampton 58
12 Toby Janes Kendleshire 53
13 Harry Kennedy Bristol & Clifton 49
14 Louis Ross Long Ashton 46
14 Lewis Ault Kendleshire 46
16 Brandon Skidmore Brickhampton Court 43
17 Milan Reed Long Ashton 42
18 Alistair Curnock Minchinhampton 41
19 Finn Ellis Bristol & Clifton 29

Can you do better than this?

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