So now we've got a pitching wedge.
Yep. So now--
Obviously, the trajectory is lower. It's going to-- you're going to have to split it in half, because it can't get the bite.
That's right. So because I have pitching wedge and a lot less loft that's probably 47 46 degrees, I've got about-- I've got 42, 43 yards. About half of it with this fringe fairway area and then half as the green.
Again, I'm going to visualize first where-- how can I get this-- how can I make this as simple as possible. If I just had the pitching wedge loft on it, I'm a grip down a little bit on the setup. I see on the visual-- if I'm trying to visualize this, I think, I can land this 10 or 15 feet on the green, a little over halfway there and then let it run out 20 to 25 feet.
With the natural trajectory.
With a natural trajectory, I'm not trying to add a bunch of spin. I'm just trying to hit it solid, let it land and roll out, just like if I had it my hand and you throw it that way. So my setup would be pretty square out with my upper body. This be a little open. Hands in front, and I just try to copy what I see.