This week’s tip is about how to keep your wrist straight when you are chipping.
Most golfers I see tend to flick their wrist when they chip the ball, therefore causes all sorts of interesting problems.
The wrist flick tends to make your chip shots inconsistent, which the results you get are mis-hits, duff shots, the ball sculling across the green even int to the bunker at the side or the back of the green.
I have put together an easy way to get the feel of your wrist to keep straight when you practice your chip shots, so that when you get out onto the golf course you know exactly what you have to do.
You do need a few extra items for this, so you will need a pen or paddle pop stick and some tape.
And yes, you and the kids can try this at home it is completely safe!!!! (that’s just me being funny, ha, ha)
If you are ready for action then click on the video above and change your chip shot forever.
Hope you enjoy this week’s tip.
To your golfing success,
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P.S. Are you so frustrated because you just can’t chip the ball to the hole with consistency? There will be a reason for that…find out here how you can solve that inconsistency in your chipping game. Click here to find out how!