How to Create More Spin With Your Wedges with John Novosel, Jr.

Tired of your wedges lacking spin and control?

John Novosel, Jr. is here to teach you how to add some serious spin to your game and make those approach shots sing.

Watch the video below or read the transcript beneath it to get started.


Hey guys, John Novosel, Jr. here for GoGolf365, and I've got a really good tip for you today - I want you to actually buy a better game.

What I mean by that is to get a 64° wedge, I had never tried one until I got this wedge from F2.

It's 64°, and I'm telling you it's like cheating. I've got a probably a 30 yard pitch here, a lot of ground, a flyover, and not a lot of green.

I can just simplify this; it’s a very simple Y-Type of chip motion, sort of a one-two type of motion - and that thing just comes off with so much spin. It's amazing. When you're out there, you don't have to do anything crazy to open this thing up. It's already nice and open for you.

This F2 Wedge is amazing because I'm getting a ton of spin on it, it's got a special groove pattern, and if I just use this simple little motion right there, that's landing with so much spin and it can come off very high if you want it. I'm actually driving this one a little bit lower.

Simple motion, not a lot of wrist, if I want to even go lower I'll just lean this a little this way. It's still coming off with a lot of spin. Try that for more control around the greens.

When you want spin, when you want height, get a 64° wedge. I'm telling you, you're gonna thank me.

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John Novosel Jr. is the Co-Creator of Tour Tempo. Tour Tempo is the best-selling book published by Doubleday and is a 5-star app for iOS. In addition to TT, he has patented or co-patented 4 swing training aids. He recently authored Tour Tempo Force, which hit #1 on Apple books for all sports.


He has given thousands of speed lessons to golfers of all abilities from Major Champions through beginners. He also walks the walk, at 52 years old he produces swing speeds over 130 mph and has competed in long drive events, his longest drive in competition is 402 yards.

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