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Andrew Rice reveals the biggest chipping mistake most people make that will lead to poor shots. Plus, he demonstrates a safety bump-and-run shot that will help you chip it closer.
Good morning,Better to use a higher lofted club on the bump and run? Thank you
If you are hitting shots solid but pulling too many what is usually the cause? Thanks
Hi Anthony! It's invariably that the club path is to far to the left (if you're a right handed golfer). Tee up a few 7i and try to hit the inside quadrant of the golf ball!
Doesn't this make the grip weaker in the left hand?
It could Lowell. Nothing drastic however.
great video on strengthening the club face . absolutely makes sense.Maybe you can help me with a problem I have when hitting left to right.(say 10 O'clock off the tee) I tend to always hit it significantly lower than my normal ball flight. Can you help?
It's because when a right hand golfer swings left they tend to hit down on the ball more. This creates the lower flight.
How do you prevent the pull hook when you turn the wrist like that?
Gotta work on the release Rick! Keep the face strong and practice until you can easily hit fades.
You didn't mention -- but I see that you are -- gripping down. Per my pro, who teaches the shot identically,, that is important to do for more control . Love your lessons (and accent) Andrew!
Thanks very much Adam! If you're comfortable gripping down and the results are good keep doing it.
Great advise. I love all your tips and tricks.
Thanks so much!
Great tip thanks
Thank you Tim!
When hitting my second shot with my iron I hit behind the ball a lot , what can I do to fix this?
Stay tuned William! Lots coming on how to avoid fat shots...
Can you use a wider stance for chips for greater stability? Also you didn't mention whether your stance and hips are slightly open or not.
I would use a narrow stance and yes, hips and feet are slightly open.