Hit Your Chip Shots Close To The Hole Every Time

By SwingxSwing
Friday April 14th, 2017 8:50 am EDT




 

Golf is a game of misses. When you’re off on a yardage or mishit an approach shot, you must have a well-rounded short game in order to keep your scores low. There’s no better bandaid for a poorly played hole than an up-and-down for par.

Jason Sudenga runs you through some fundamentals you should employ in order to hit your chip shots closer to the hole more consistently.

 

<— Yesterday’s Lesson

 

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Golf is a game of misses. When you’re off on a yardage or mishit an approach shot, you must have a well-rounded short game in order to keep your scores low. There’s no better bandaid for a poorly played hole than an up-and-down for par. 

Jason Sudenga runs you through some fundamentals you should employ in order to hit your chip shots closer to the hole more consistently. 

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Be sure to follow us on Twitter @SwingbySwing and Like Us on Facebook.

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