Texas Wedge

What does Texas Wedge mean in Golf?

Golfing shot known as ‘Texas Wedge’: a putt from a position not on the green

Have you heard of a Texas Wedge? It’s a unique term in golf. It describes a situation where a player puts from outside the green. Yes, you heard it right, it’s not on the green, but off it!

So, why is it called a Texas Wedge? The name originates from the golf courses in Texas. These courses are known for their hard and dry conditions which allow players to make putts even from outside the green. Pretty cool, huh?

But don’t get confused. Texas Wedge does not refer to a specific type of putter. It simply describes the act of using any type of putter off the green. It’s all about the skill, not the tool!

Example for using ‘Texas Wedge’ in a conversation

Hey, did you see that amazing putt from outside the green?

Yeah, that was a Texas Wedge! Impressive, right? πŸŒοΈβ€β™‚οΈβ›³οΈ

Definitely! I didn’t know you could use a putter off the green like that.

Yep, it’s called a Texas Wedge. It’s handy when the conditions allow it. πŸ€™