Posts Tagged ‘chipping’
Today is Saturday, February 18th, 2017 and we present Short Game Saturday #22. A Golf Video Blog with Mel Sole Golf School. Today we discuss how to hit a proper chip shot when the ball is sitting down in the rough that is just around the green. This ... Today is January 7th, 2017 and we present Short Game Saturday, in our Golf Video Blog series. Watch as Mel Sole from the Mel Sole Golf School demonstrates how to play a chip shot where the ball is significantly above your feet.
Source: ... Today is December 8th, 2016. And being a Thursday we present our Golf Video Blog called Technical Thursday, where I talk about how changing your technique could really help your game. The secret is to know what to work on in order to accomplish this. ... Today is November 26th, 2016 and we present our Golf Video Blog on Short Game Saturdays! We are going to discuss two situations where we can save you a ton of shots around the green. When the ball is sitting against the collar and when it is sitting down ... This is October 29th, 2016 and on Saturdays we present Short Game Saturdays! In today's Golf Video Blog, one of my long-time instructors, David Olberding talks about using an alignment stick to improving your chipping technique! This drill will ... I have used this drill in the past to help me control my airtime on both my pitch and chip shots. Choosing a specific number of balls (the same number each time) and seeing how many you can land on the exact spot each time, teaches distance control. ... Gary Player made an excellent living and won 9 Major Championships with a stellar short game. Watch as Mel Sole shows you what he learned from his good friend Gary! Chip shot, pitch shot, lob shot… what’s the difference? Mel Sole discusses what ... If you have a fairly steep uphill before the green, the last thing you want to do is take your lob wedge or sand wedge and try to pitch it. If you mishit is just slightly, the ball is likely to roll all the way back down to your feet! When I am playing ... When practicing golf, you need to quantify your practice in order to really improve. If you don’t, how do you know that your skills are improving? Measuring your improvement and challenging yourself will make practice much more fun and productive! ... When I teach chipping at my school, I tell my students "The Golden Rule" in chipping is "Fly the ball in the air as little as possible, and roll the ball as much as possible" And they all seem quite surprised by that statement, because most club golfers ... Don't punish yourself with low scores! Use the Punisher Drill to master chip and pitch shots. ... Chip shot, pitch shot, lob shot... what's the difference? In this month's video golf tip, Mel Sole discusses what makes these shots distinctive, and introduces the Bump and Run shot, a unique type of chip shot that can help bring down your handicap. ...