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, you’ll learn the Contrast Drill and how to improve your distance control using two clubs for all chipping situations. Charlie will also show you the Skill Test Game to help you make practice more enjoyable.
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