Let’s talk about chipping. How to practice and think like the pros. The majority of amateurs spend too much time on the mechanics of this shot and not a lot of time on where you want the shot to land on the green. So stop looking at the pin and focus more on where you want the on the green and release to the flag.
About Sal Spallone
Sal Spallone started playing golf when he was 6 years old, and was competitive from the start. He went on to play high school golf for St. Edwards where he was the MVP of the Golf team for 6 years. He won the Highschool State Championship in 1995. After that Sal was the team captain at TCU for 3 years straight. Sal played professionally all around the world for 12 years, where he improved his game and played in some of the largest tournaments in golf. He played on the Nationwide Tour for 3 Years and played 4 events on the PGA Tour. Sal has been sponsored by Toyota, TaylorMade, Titleist, Nickent Golf and Allstate.