You hit a great drive and then leave your approach shot a little short. We've all been there thinking, "just a simple chip and a putt and I'll walk out of here with a par."
And then the inevitable flub chip happens and the ball only goes a few inches. Now you're frustrated and staring down the same chip and the prospect of writing a par on your card seems to have flown out the window.
Unless you're Jordan Spieth, of course.
On the third hole at The Players Championship, he found himself in the all too familiar place us amateurs do and made the best of the situation with a clutch chip-in to save par.
If only we could all just do that the first time, right? Well, here are a few tips to help you find some consistency with those tough greenside lies and make sure you're putting for par (or chipping in for birdie!)
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