Avoid the inconsistencies of wrists delivering varied heights and often poor contacts, use your lower body to chip
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As a coach, I play “good cop, bad cop”. Sometimes, I berate you and tell you the hard truths that no one else wants to tell you. And, sometimes, I hug you and tell you that everything is going to be alright. I do it all in the name of improving you.
When watching top players, we marvel at the way they go about hitting a driver, or the accuracy of their iron play, but more often than not, what separates these players from the mid field players is how they waste no shots playing the simple shots.
This pitching drill and quick tip will help prevent fluffed pitch shots. It stops you from decelerating through the ball and promotes a solid, crisp strike.
If you want to improve the quality and consistency of your pitch shots on the golf course, focus on hitting the ball down into the ground. One of the most common short game fault is trying to ‘help’ pitch and chip shots ...
Pitching and chipping, especially when it comes to distance control, is said to be very much down to feel and finesse. Unfortunately, developing a high degree of feel can take years of practice. But I’d like to show you how to shortcut.
As beginners we could get a million things right but still fail if we miss one element. As humans we can only deal with small amounts of information at any given time. Lets take a look on how to learn all of the things necessary to play quality golf.
I’ve covered two different methods for hitting a draw shot in golf. The beginners method is generally easier for most golfers that helps understand how your set up affects the flight. The advanced version offers more control and more workability.
In this article I’d like to cover what I believe is one of the best golf practice routines for any club-level player to adopt. It’s time friendly, it’s enjoyable and most importantly it’s specific to the game of golf.
How often have you seen a player hit a chip shot, making a nice contact at impact, landing the ball where they want, but the ball finish over 3m away from the hole? Perhaps this is you? Players should control the height of the shot and the distance.