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In this tip, Erika Larkin has a quick fix for anyone who struggles chipping off tight lies. Tweak your grip and club selection slightly to eliminate risk and start shooting lower scores. Watch now!
This has been one of the most helpful video lesson for my short game. I hitting with a great deal more confidence and accuracy. Thanks a ton!!
Good advice , I’ll have to implement it into my game .
no ! 60 degree ! 2 bounce spin, you cant land ball in rough !
Where should you place the ball in your stance for the chip that you demonstrate?
Middle to slightly back is the best spot !
When you refer to a 10 finger grip are you saying to not overlap the right pinkie and left fore finger: more like a baseball grip?
Yes more like a lot of putting grips !:)
Yesterday your tip included the ball in the middle of your narrow stance. Today, the ball was behind your right foot. Is that because of the 9 iron?
It depends on how much loft you want to present and how much roll you want once it lands. More roll/ back ball pos.
I have the same question as Roger K. Has this be answered? If so, where do you find the response?
A really helpful and simple to execute tip. Also being told about which club to use is very useful.
What about grip pressure. Do you recommend a tighter grip with left hand to prevent right hand from getting to active. I play I n Florida with soft sandy Bermuda.
If your lie is thicker , you might need more grip pressure . But generally a medium pressure is what I recommend so the wrists are quiet but supple.
Qestion 1: In addition to the weaker grip and not hinging on the short backswing, do you recommend opening the club face a bit to use more of the bounce to avoid chunking the ball? Question 2: if you are in thick rough, do you use the same technique or do you now hinge and hold?
The weaker grip is best for short low chips . In the rough with bigger swings I would revert to your normal full swing grip 👏🏻