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Chipping off of long grass
Posted 24 June 2012 - 05:09 AM
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Posted 24 June 2012 - 07:21 PM
Quite possibly GG, slightly rearward low point and loft added through impact; very easy to slide a 56/60 degree wedge straight under the ball in the very fluffy stuff. Bringing the hands forward and the ball back just a little for me makes absolutely certain the ball is being hit first rather than flipping and sliding the club under the ball too much. No good for a flop shot but that isn't the aim : )
Rey moving the ball back in your stance? If you are hitting under the ball, your swing is bottoming out earlier then anticipated?
Ghetto train â€“ get on it.
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Posted 25 June 2012 - 12:10 AM
I like this one for Flyer lies.
The tour players play them like a bunker shots that way you donâ€™t get a flyer and the ball pops up. Us the bounce or trailing edge of the club and the ball pops, the ball will also sit soft.
Even up to 80 metres I play my shots in the rough like this, last thing you want is a flyer and not stopping ending up over the back of the green.
Posted 25 June 2012 - 12:15 AM
Well said 2Putts. Something else you can try is to simple choke down on your club and make some practice swings focusing on swinging at the height you want the club to swing through the ball.
For the really deep fluffy stuff I make sure the hands are well forward and deloft the club somewhat to make the face higher. Playing the ball back a little and make doubly sure that the strike is very much down on the ball helps me.
If the above isnâ€™t working for me then a less lofted club so even if I add loft through impact I still catch the top of the club face.
In chipping practice I like hitting the ball on different grooves on the club face. It is interesting to see how the ball reacts and it helps me with that sort of depth control issue.
For normal length fluffy stuff I open the club a little and use the bounce of the club to clack the ball higher of the face.
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Posted 27 June 2012 - 07:16 AM
Weeties, Could we consider yourself as a pro hitting at hit the ball fat :)lol This is simular to a bunker shot. You can master it pretty easy there is hard ground underneath the club will bounce for you. Pretty hard to make a meal of the shot. :)
Some things to practice.
Back in the stance was something I did try a bit and it did help.
Zen â€“ I suspected that that was the pro solution. I am not confident in my technique or touch for that shot at the moment. Will look for something I can work with initially and then add that to my training.
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Posted 27 June 2012 - 07:33 AM
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