The object of the short game is to get the ball up and down as quickly as possible to save strokes. I will show you my short game keys to allow you lower scores every time you play.
Part 3 of Geoff Ogilvy showing his keys to a better pitching and chipping game. Save strokes around the greens with these tips.
The quiter the hands and arms are in the shorter clubs the better. Here is a drill to help anyone feel the correct release and body action on wedge shots and pitch shots.
Part 2- Geoff Ogilvy secured the 2006 US Open with a delicate pitch shot from short of the 72nd green at Winged Foot. Listen into this second of a three part video series as Ogilvy explains how he improved this area of his game and how it helped secure his finest win.
Geoff Ogilvy secured the 2006 US Open with a delicate pitch shot from short of the 72nd green at Winged Foot. Listen into this first of a three part video series as Ogilvy explains how he improved this area of his game and how it helped secure his finest win.
A lot of golfers have good instincts- especially from being competent at other sports. Try this out next time you are working on your short game. Your instincts may help tell you exactly what you need to do!!!
Duffing pitch shots and chip shots can be one of the most frustrating bad shots for any golfer. We have all been through this. Watch how to be more consistent with your strikes and save shots at the same time.
When a lot of grass lays around the ball, the chip shot can be difficult. Grass slows the club down and grass gets between the clubface and the ball. Let's learn how to play it for the best result possible
Many golfers know the word "bounce" as it relates to their wedges. They know there is bounce and they have heard to use it... But how in fact do you use the bounce?
One of my students was having trouble hitting his wedges from downhill lies. It was an easy fix- watch this video.