PGA Professional Jon Bullas says throw out all you know about chipping and use this tip.
PGA Professional Brad Myers offers a different take on hitting a greenside bunker shot.
One of the easiest areas to improve your game and lower your scores is by developing a strong short game.
In Chipping your first point of reference is the spot where you want the ball to land.
The approach to hitting a greenside bunker shots is quite different than what you do on every other shot.
The bump-and-run is extremely handy when the ground is firm, especially during windy weather.
When it comes to chipping from just off the green there are several factors to take into consideration to successfully engineer this shot.
A greenside bunker shot is the only shot in golf where you are not hitting the golf ball.
Swing Coach Matt Kellen and Tour Player Bud Cauley discuss the varibles of hitting the chip shot on Bermuda grass.
The key to better control on your chip shots starts with the proper setup, but just as important is knowing how far to take the club back.
If you are playing a course that features large greens and areas where you can run the ball, then leave the wedge in the bag.
Its an easy shot right? Maybe so. Then why do so many amateurs fear having to hit one?
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