Short Game Simplified & Pro-Like
TIP OF THE WEEKS • 5m 14s
If you want more pars and a simplified technique (that the Pros use) around the green to create balls that check-up near the pin. How? Stay wide on either side of the fence. Minimal wrist hinge creates a super simple short game technique for your short chip shots, 30-50 yard wedge shots and bunker play. Jason Day is an excellent example of one that uses this shallow technique including from the bunker. So, let’s get to it.
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