You’ve hit the perfect drive and second shot into a par-5. Inside 100 yards, you only have a little wedge into the green. It’s a perfect birdie opportunity. You get over the shot thinking you’ll have side 10 feet left and then you completely lift up and hit the shot thin causing it to go screaming across the green.
Shane LeBaron has a simple adjustment to your set up that will keep you from lifting up and leaning back, thus avoiding delievering that leading edge into the middle of the ball. Double bogeys from ideal scoring positions will be a thing of the past.
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.