Category: Adverse Weather
It is windy on the green but not windy where you are standing.
The ball landed in the short grass but the ground is incredibly hard. Because it is windy or you have plenty of green to work with, or you just want more control, you have decided to keep the ball low.
It is windy, so you want to keep the ball low and your ball is sitting near the green.
The wind is blowing towards you and you are hitting over 150 yards away on a small green.
It is very windy while you are on the putting green.
You are playing on a windy day and cannot decide what club to use.
You want to hit a power fade to help the ball around a dogleg or for playing in crosswinds.
Due to poor weather conditions, you cannot practice outside.
You are playing in cold weather and cannot decide between using two clubs.
You are playing in strong wind and want to adjust your swing to limit any unwanted spin.