I’ve also found that hitting putts on the toe of the putter can be very effective on fast, downhill putts.
Hey Matt, I love your tips but you might want to try this one. Instead of trying to hit of the toe try using your putting stance and grip. You move closer to the ball and your wedge is more upright, while using your putting motion. Your wedge has very little drag since the toe is the only thing in contact with the ground. Let me know how you like it or if you have any questions. Keep up the good work. Pete
Peter-Great tip on top of the Great Matt Fisher. That is EXACTLY what I do. It is easy. You just have to swing through with your putting motion. Definitely saves strokes.
Another good one Matt
Great job. Love your motivation and clarity.
Great tip Matt. Can’t wait to try it.
Great Tip. Many Thanks. Will try it.
The toe chip also woks well from wet, tight lies near the green. That or a 5 fairway club with a putting swing.
I can’t wait to try this, I would think this type of shot, across the board, will def help all my downhill chip shots!
Thanks for the tips, could you give me a tip on how to stop the yips. I tend to lift my lead shoulder, arm up coming through the ball on chipping
Excellent tip, Mr. SG — thanks!
Great tip Matt. This is something that I am definitely going to work on.
Another gem, Matt! I played that toe shot on the course after watching your video. No practicing. Played it fairly well. I was impressed by the deadness of the ball off the clubhead, but it ran 10 to 12 feet. Very cool!
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