Video: Take a more aggressive approach to chipping
- By SwingFix
- Nov 9, 2012 7:00 AM ET
Make no mistake about it, the fastest way to shave shots off your score is to improve your short game.
After all, if you can get the ball up and down more often from around the greens, you’ll not only save shots but also take pressure off the rest of your game.
In this video segment, Brad Brewer has a great practice drill that you can use to work on your chipping.
The key to this drill is to make sure to get the ball to the hole, which is a good goal when practicing for many average players who just aren’t aggressive enough when they chip the ball.
And if you can translate a more aggressive approach from the practice green to the course, you’ll have more success.
For more tips from Golf Channel to help you improve your chipping, click here.
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