In this video, PGA Professional Brad Redding demonstrates chipping techniques using flag sticks and rubber bands. Follow along as he shows you how important your shoulders and arms are in making that perfect chip shot. Bowing your wrist out and letting your forearms face the sky will help your body be in unison.
Almost all professional golfers would agree that the golf pre-shot routine is easily one of the most important aspects of the game. Not only does a golf pre-shot routine help to clear your mind of everything outside of the stroke you’re going to put on the ball, it also allows you to take a natural swing without any disruptive thoughts of “what if?”Watch Now >>
This video covers the ins and outs of searching for and identifying your ball. You’ll discover how long you have to look for a ball before it is considered lost, what the penalties are (if any) for a ball that is moved while being looked for, and you’ll also learn that contrary to popular belief, a player is not necessarily entitled to see his ball when making a stroke.Watch Now >>
If you struggle with greenside pitch shots, the problem most likely stems from technique and your level of commitment to the shot. Solid pitching is a matter of feel and execution, so if you know can develop the proper form with your swing and you know you’re going to hit a good shot close toWatch Now >>
Learn the key to getting up and down with your chips. PGA instructor Brian Manzella teaches you how to select the right club for distance control around the green. Discover how to use the Rule of 12 to calculate where to carry the ball and how much roll to expect. From PGA Instructor Charlie King,Watch Now >>