Tips from the Pros
Keys to Being a Good Chipper.....Dave Roe, PGA Apprentice-Jones golf course
1: Play the ball back in your stance
2: Keep your hands ahead of the ball
3: Open your stance slightly
4: Make sure and let the club do the lifting, not the body.Fixing Ball Marks...from Gary Louvar, PGA Professional-Gardner golf course
When you’re playing golf did you ever wonder what those small brown spots of dead grass are on the greens? It could be the start of a turfgrass disease, but most likely it is an unfixed ball mark left by a golfer a few days ago. If you want the greens to look good and play well, take the time to fix your ball mark plus one other while playing.
Add Distance to your Shots....from Dustin Miller, PGA Professional - Ellis golf course
Release the golf club to gain club head speed – Grip your club down around the head of the club and swing it so the grip makes a swooshing sound, try to make that swoosh louder and you have now released the golf club to help gain distance and accuracy.