Tip of the Week: Improve your chipping technique
- By SwingFix
- Dec 21, 2012 7:00 AM ET
If you want to start shooting better scores, spending practice time on your short game is the quickest way to accomplish that goal.
When it comes to the short game, and chipping in particular, one problem that many amateurs have is that they flip their hands at impact in an effort to help the ball in the air, which leads to all sorts of problems.
Try these drills at home or around the practice green and you’ll start getting the ball up and down more often when you’re on the course.
For more Golf Channel tips to help you improve your chipping, click here.
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