You know how much I hate cliches, but seeing comments like the one below makes it worth while doing this blog.
Going to do a piece on chipping Monday or Tuesday. All bad chippers have 3 things in common. I mean all 100% of them. When I say bad chippers, I don’t mean PGA Tour players or 2 handicaps that chipping is the weakest part of their game. I mean golfers who literally are no better than a coin flip as to whether they will hit it decent on the green or lay the sod/blade it over the green.
Although this post and video will be directed at people really struggling, even if you are a good chipper there will be things you will see that can help you improve.
PS-I once wrote a screenplay based on my golf experiences. Some found it funny. Screenplays are choppy, but there are some fun parts to the story. Anyone who needs some bathroom reading, let me know and I will email it to you.
Here is a reader and I hope some of you have shared his experience.
Just like to thank MonteScheinblum for seeing instantly why I was prone to hitting of of the hosel.
I have been hitting shanks for a couple of years now and been to a few teachers. none of which were able to properly diagnose why I was shanking.
After posting my swing on this forum, MonteScheinblum took one look and made recommendations which I believe are the best I have ever had for stopping hosel rockets. makes me wonder why some teachers call them self teachers.
My next target is to get my backswing more on plane to help me cut out the push shots.