Let your body rotate for better contact
Making shots within close range of the pin is crucial to maintaining a low score. This pro tip will help you consistently place your shots where you want them to either make manageable putts or sink it right in the hole!
In order to connect as solidly as possible on chips, rotate your body forward in the swing. According to Butch Harmon, “It gets your weight to your front foot and keeps the shaft leaning toward the target at impact all things you see in great chippers. Think of the right knee as a trigger for the downswing. Swing the clubhead back, then kick your right knee toward your left knee. This will unlock your right side and get your whole body rotating forward.”
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