You may have seen the Mickelson flop on TV and he’s obviously unbelievable at it, but it’s a tough shot to compare yourself to. It takes a lot of manipulation with the hands, a lot of time, a lot of practice, and it’s just not going to be that...
Keeping your ball position center in your stance is a great way to hit your standard or mid trajectory chip and pitch shots.
When it comes to the fundamentals of chipping and pitching here are the 4 basics you should focus on. Stance When you’re taking your stance on a full shot, you’re going to be standing with your feet about shoulder width apart. You want a...
The advanced flop shot can be challenging, but you'll find it easier with the fundamentals of keeping your club face open and your wrists bent.
Shifting your ball position back in your stance is a great way to lower your trajectory in your chip and pitch shots.
When it comes to chipping and pitching, it's important to keep the club shallow to create optimal spin when the ball lands on the green.
Factoring the wind into your shot can make a big impact when chipping and pitching. Learn which club to choose for both downwind and into the wind shots.
A simple tip to help reduce the amount of roll downwind when chipping is to soften your grip. This allows the ball to spin more in the air, landing softly.