There’s nothing more frustrating in golf than fluffing a chip shot from just a couple of yards off the green. It feels like we’ve simply thrown a shot away for no good reason.
PGA Master Professional Gary Alliss, son of Peter, claims there are three key reasons why amateurs fail to make good contact with the ball.
Gripping the club too high up, poor distribution of weight and having the ball too far forwards could all be contributing to poor chipping.
Golfers can often be guilty of setting up as if they were about to play a full shot so then quit on the shot prior to impact. Click on the video to watch how to to set up and play the shot correctly.
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