Many people panic when their golf ball lands in thick grass and only have one style of chipping. It’s important to be able to manipulate the club face to allow it to glide through the grass with ease. Mastering different kinds of chip shots will dramatically lower your scores.
This week, Golfweek‘s fitness guru and long driver Averee Dovsek is demonstrating how to properly open up the club when chipping in thick grass.
Executing this tip correctly will help minimize those dreaded and surprise shots around the green.
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