Being inconsistent with your short game can lead to high scores in golf, that is why it is important to hone your skills when hitting the chip shot.
In golf, chips are short shots played around the greens with any golf club from a 5-iron to a sand wedge. The basic idea is to get the ball on the green and rolling as soon as you can. If you get the ball running like a putt, you can more easily judge how far it’ll go.
About Lakewood Ranch Golf Academy
The Lakewood Ranch Golf Academy teaches the entire game to every player, whether you are a beginner or a Tour Professional, you can benefit from our teaching programs. Using state-of-the-art V1 Digital Video Analysis we can analyze your swing and show you the most efficient way for you to swing a golf club.
About Jon Bullas
Jon Bullas’ Teaching Philosophy – Jon’s teaching methods are a blend of experience, education and imagination. Jon looks at every player as an individual to form a holistic approach to coaching. The goal is to find the best way for a player to swing the golf club. This involves looking at the body type of the player to create a movement that functions efficiently. Using the impact facts that create the ball flight laws Jon can help a player improve their swing. Learning how to score better is the goal of any player, the short game and course management are a big piece to the puzzle. Jon can show you tried and tested short game skills along with ways of thinking on the golf course that can enhance any player’s game.
To see more great short game tips visit Around The Green.