What to do after week 4:
Now we are going to put it all together and get out onto the course to practise and this is how you will do it:
Play a 9 hole practise round with 2 balls.
Play the hole from the beginning as you normally would but as you approach the green stop at around 60 metres and throw a ball down and go through your cheat chart to determine which club and what length swing you need.
Then move forward to 40 metres and go through the same process choosing a different club if need be.
Then pick one of your wedges and go forward and pick up the balls and play them around the green choosing shots that are appropriate for that club. If its a gap wedge choose a 50/50 small pitch shot.
On the next hole do the same thing but this time choose a 70 metre shot and a 50 metre shot for your mid range pitches and go through your cheat chart again so you know what to do. Then pick up the balls and this hole use a sand wedge and practise your pitching closer to the green choosing shots that are more carry and less roll. (60/40)
Continue your 9 holes playing 2 mid range shots in different places and then one of your wedges or chip and run shot closer to the green. Let the people behind you through if you want to so that you can take your time.
Also try some shots from the awkward lies...bare lies, muddy lies if you can find any and heavy rough. This is the perfect time to play these shots so that you have experience with them next time you are under pressure.
Do this 9 hole practise session a couple of times per week for a month and your pitching will be transformed.