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I have recently started keeping track of approaches, chips, and putts that are short vs. long. This far, I am short a little more than 76% of the time collectively, and with approaches and chips making up almost 60% of that. I've been doing a much better job getting more putts past the hole (never up, never in rule). As some may recall in other threads, I have recently been clubbing down in attempt to resolve the shorts on approaches and pitch/wedge shots but I think I'm subconsciously also aware of the added club length and not committing to a full shot . On the range, I feel like I have pretty solid distance control 8i up, but this does not seem to translate to play. I'd be curious to hear what your typical distance control is and whether you are short or long more of the time. Also, what have you been working on to improve this. I'm considering changing back to an 8i bump and run vs. using my 56/12 for those 20 yard and closer chips. It's what I previously used and go away from it when I added the additional wedge.