Tip of the Week: Smooth transition for better chips


One of the most effective things you can do to improve your short game is to remove anxiety from the equation.

Many amateur golfers, however, struggle to chip the ball well because tension in the hands leads to a poor transition and inconsistent contact.

In this video segment, 14-time PGA Tour winner Hal Sutton is going to show you a simple drill that you can use to smooth out your chipping motion.

Try this one-handed approach when you practice, and you'll start getting the ball up and down more often on the course.

For more tips from Golf Channel to help you improve your chipping, click here.