And How to Fix Them Poor results on the golf course don’t happen on their own without some help. When you skull a chip shot that goes running across the green, or stub a shot, it usually happens for one of the following reasons, and knowing them will help you avoid them, for example… Standing […]
Knowing the Ratio of Your Carry/Rolls
The best way to become skilled at chipping is to know exactly how each club in your golf bag performs. For example, assuming that you make the same length swing with every club, the sand wedge will spend 90% of its time airborne and only 10% on the ground. On the other hand, your 4-iron […]
Flag In…or Flag Out When Chipping?
Many golfers wonder whether or not to remove the flag stick when they’re setting up just off the edge of the green to chip. There are lots of opinions on this, so here are my thoughts… Most professional golfers prefer to leave the flag stick in place because it can act as a backstop which […]