A lot of amateurs struggle when hitting chip shots on Bermuda grass, especially in Florida.
Noted golf instructor Matt Killen, along with PGA TOUR player Bud Cauley, discuss the issues of hitting chip shots on Bermuda grass.
A lot of amateurs struggle with hitting chip shots on Bermuda Grass in Florida and on other grasses in general. They tend to pick too high a lofted club and the club sticks in the ground because of that.
Try using a 56-degree club, instead of a 60-degree club, and then open the face slightly with less loft. This will give you more bounce and the club won’t stick in the ground as much.
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About Matt Killen
Matt Killen’s keen interest in the inner workings of the golf swing manifested itself in near-obsessive behavior. For the better part of a decade, young Matt collected almost every swing sequence in his favorite golf magazine, dissecting each one and comparing it to the others.
Kellen has worked with tour players Chad Campbell, J.B. Holmes, Shaun Micheel, and Josh Teater Kenny Perry, and most recently with Bud Cauley.
About Bud Cauley
PGA Tour Player Bud Cauley’s journey through golf began at the age of six when his father handed Bud a golf club. From there he went on to win junior tournaments and eventually led Bud to the Tour. Along the way, Bud established himself as one of the top American players at every level – junior, amateur and collegiate.