How Pros Chip It So Close To The Hole

Joe Hallett

Joe Hallett

SwingU Master Faculty, Golf Magazine Top-100 in America, Golf Digest No. 1 in Tennessee, 2018 PGA Educator of the Year

The key to hitting a good chip shot is knowing where to land the ball. I like to call that the drop zone. Using a small ring, I like to put the circle where I want the ball to land and then it can roll to the hole the rest of the way. 

The best players in the world pay more attention to their landing spot than they do the hole itself when they’re hitting their chip shots. Pay attention to your drop zone and you’ll find that your ball is always going to be near the flag. 

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