Golf Short Game By AJ Bonar – The Chip Shot.

The Chip Shot: A shot typically played from very close to the green, usually within a few yards of the putting surface, in which the ball is struck using a club (usually 6-iron to PW) played back in the player’s stance. Such a combination produces a shot that is in the air very briefly before settling to the putting surface and rolling toward the cup.
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  • thetruthaboutgolf says:

    this is def 1 way´╗┐ to do it well. Another is ball back. Open stance – LOW hands and come dramatically inside to out. Only the heel will touch the ground and it won’t prohibit the club face from rotating throughout impact. It also helps keep the club head on the target line.

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