Leroy Moore, III with LIVESTRONG.com. Today, we're here at Great Southwest Golf Club in Grand Prairie, Texas. Today, we're going to work on the techniques you need to pinch all your wedge shots, to hit them close and get them to spin. Everyone wants to learn how to pinch a wedge. Pinching a wedge is basically when you trap the ball between the club face and the turf. It creates a lot of spin, comes off, skips and then stops. To pinch your wedge, you want to set up to it, with the ball a little back in your stance, hands forward. From here you're going to go back but from here it's the body rotation. You are going to rotate the body towards your target with the club head stays even or behind your hands and you hold that position. That's going to create that trap spinning. Now, a little twist to this, if you want to pinch it and you want it to release after it checks, the only difference is the rotation is going to have the toe up and the stop is going to have the toe flat or down. With the techniques I just showed you, you should be able to pinch all your wedge shots, skip them, hit them close and score lower. So thank you and I'll see you again. This is Leroy with LIVESTRONG.com.