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PGA Professional Quinn Griffing demonstrates how to best get your ball out of a bad lie near the green
PGA Professional Bill Murchison demonstrates how to chip out of a greenside divot.
PGA Professional Chris Case shows you how to use the Flamingo Drill to improve your chipping game.
PGA Professional Chris Case lets you know how to hit your ball cleanly when it's resting against the collar near the green.
PGA Professional Ryan Benzel shows you how to tighten up your stance and improve your chipping.
PGA Professional Simon Anders offers advice on how to save strokes by playing smarter from tough situations
PGA Professional Ryan Benzel shows you one technique to stop your chip shot quickly to a short-sided pin.
PGA Professional Rafael Floriani offers some advice on improving your chipping techniques.
PGA Professional Wayne Defrancesco, Director of Instruction at Woodmont CC in Rockville, MD, says a better stance will help your pitching.
TNT's Craig Sager wanted to dramatically improve his game, so he went to the PGA Golf School in Port St. Lucie, Fla. PGA Professional Eric Hogge gave him some help on improving several aspects of his short game.
PGA Professional Thomas Troncoso, Head Professional at Chestnut Ridge CC, talks about what you should be seeing and hearing when hitting chips around the green.
Laird Small, Dir. of the Pebble Beach Golf Academy, offers help on how to pitch the ball consistently and successfully to improve your short game.
PGA Master Professional John Hughes offers two different ways to play your ball when it lies on the fringe just off the green.
Brian Whitcomb, Director of Golf at Lost Tracks Golf Club in Bend, Ore., gives his best tips for chipping the golf ball. He explains the importance of chipping the ball one-third of the way in the air and then letting the ball roll the rest of the way to the hole.
I am a 5 handicap golfer with a big problem. My shortgame is totally underdevelopped compared to my long game. In fact, Its quite terrible for someone of my caliber despite the 5-6 hours per week that i devote to practice the short game. 80% of my ractice time actually.
With over 60% of your strokes coming from inside of 100 yards, it is essential that you spend a proportionate amount of time on your short game as you practice. You should devote most of your short game practice to putting and chipping.
The most common thing that causes poor contact in shots around the green is the hands and wrists trying to scoop the ball in the air. The scooping action results in punishing shots that are bladed over the green or hit fat and fall short of the target. The scooping action of your h
When your ball is lying a few from the green and you feel that a chip or pitch shot is not the right choice, try using the "Bladed" or "Bellied" wedge shot. Simply choke down on a wedge so it hovers slightly above the middle of your ball. Use a normal putting st
Here is a way for a right-handed golfer to remember where your ball should be played. If you want the ball to roll play it off of your right foot. If you want your ball to be lofted into the air play it off of your left foot.
Often players choose a more difficult shot than is needed. Here are four shots in the order in which you should think of playing them.1. Putt the ball whenever given the chance.2. Hybrid Putt when the distance from the pin is too great to putt with a putter.3. Chip shot (a
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