Mr. Short Game is back with multiple chipping options to try next time you find yourself around the green on hardpan or with a tight lie.
While there’s no wrong option here, most golfers select their highest lofted wedge, usually the 60 degree. This can be risky, as a mishit will usually result in a chunk.
Matt’s preference is option #2, the second most lofted club in his bag. It is the same shot with a slight adjustment. Watch as he demonstrates all 3 options. The key is to pick the shot that gives YOU the highest probability of success.
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