As the seasons change, so does golf. We need to adapt the way we are playing depending on the weather conditions, particularly our decision-making. So, how should we adapt for wet ground?
One big difference in wet conditions comes around the greens. We will see less bounce and less roll when playing on wet turf, meaning the ball stops more abruptly. This is something that needs to be considered with any shots around the green.
A bump-and-run will not roll as far, so you'll need to either carry the ball slightly further or use a different club. If you opt for a high-lofted chip, you'll again need to land the ball closer to the hole - just make sure you commit to the shot at hand!