ShareTweetPinSymptom: You can’t forget that last bad shot. You take several shots, or even several holes, to recover from one bad swing or errant shot. So, you end up with a scorecard with mostly good scores, but a few really big numbers on a couple of consecutive holes. And so your handicap stays stubbornly high, … Continue reading "Golf Strategy: Develop Selective Amnesia — Forget that Bad Shot!"
ShareTweetPinSymptom: You don’t get up and down enough when chipping. Your erratic chipping leaves the ball too far from the hole too often. The frequently shouted “get going” or “hit something”, or “&$^#@”. Description: To get up and down more often, chip to a specific spot where you want the ball to land. Why it Works: … Continue reading "Golf Chipping Tip: Get Up and Down by Picking a Spot to Land Your Ball Like Bill Haas"
ShareTweetPinSymptom: Poor chipping, failure to get up and down from around the green. The frequent “you are still away”. It may have taken you only two swings to get within ten feet of the hole but all too often it takes you another three or four to get into the cup. What a dumb game, … Continue reading "Golf Chipping Drill: The Up and Down Drill Will Lower Your Handicap"
ShareTweetPinSymptom: You pull out your sand wedge from the fringe, thinking its your best chipping club, but the results are no good. You seldom converting up-and-downs from just off the green. The best golf chipping tip you’ve heard so far doesn’t seem to help. Expletives are uttered… Description: If you can putt the ball, you should … Continue reading "Golf Chipping Tip: Your Putter is Often Your Best Chipping Club"