Is your game bloody?
Have you ever tracked the number of times a chip is made during a round of golf? The Warriors of the weekend have not hit a lot of greens in regulation, but they lose too many strokes losing the "chip" or clinging 5 feet out and ending up with 2 or 3 put holes. Fortunately The easiest stroke is to decide with the right coaching. I saw Peter Jacobsen, Promoting a pga pro one Cleveland Wedge Where he offered this simple tip.
Your 2 to 20 yards wedge shot is not a full body swing shot. You actually make this shot with a limited spread of your feet (as balance is not an issue with a light swing) and with a Open stance To make sure you keep it with you Weight forward On your leading leg as you Swing your goal line straight. There is no need to shift weight because the weight of your club is doing all the work. You're basically hanging your arms (like a pendulum) from the right side of your chest (for right-handed clubs). A chip has very little weight transfer. You want to hit the ball before skimming the grass, so you need to set the ball directly from inside your trailing heel.
Key to successful chipping
1 / Move your chip line and some practice swings closer to your ball.
- If you make the required swing to hit the amount of swing to feel something and get closer to the pin, it is easier to peel.
- Look at where your club is affecting the grass because you want the starting point to be after the position of your ball.
- You are not trying to take a dive, but you want a shallow sweep through the grass after positioning your ball.
- Allow your club weight to do all the work Your hips pass through the swing.
2 / Put your head through the trailing swing and keep swinging like a stroke, leaving you with a long stroke with a low arc. Now follow through your hips and arms.
3 / Your goal is to get out from under your club affecting the ball
4 / Your swing direction should be straight to your goal line.
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