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Learn the correct setup position’s and hand action for solid chips and bunker shots

Once you get into the correct chip-shot ball position and stance you will be set to make the correct non-wrist swing. See video below. Summary of basic chip-shot Narrow stance Centered ball position Little if any wrist action on short chip sots The correct hand action and setup for standard bunker shots Summary of correct hand […]

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Solid chipping, pitching and bunker play with USPGA Tour Winner – Andre Stolz

I just finished a weekend at a “chipping mastery workshop” at the beautiful (but cold!) Cape Schanck Golf Course, Victoria, Australia. (Schanck – unfortunate name for us golfers.) I came down for the weekend to play golf, give a few putting and playing lessons, and to experience the workshop while lending a hand. I’m going […]

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“Hit cocky, fearless, short-game shots again – like your 12 year old self once did”

Hi There, I had a dream the other night. It had an “motley crew” of characters – as most dreams do. In the dream I found myself at my old golf club in Sydney, on the side of the third green. I played a chip-and-run shot up the bank and into the hole. Nice. I […]

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Short-Game Secrets from U.S.P.G.A Championship Champion – Steve Elkington

[This post was about lessons learned from Steve Elkington’s shortgame video, but, it is not available anymore. The lessons are of course still valid – they are timeless. Read on and learn, and, I have a new training program on the shortgame here if you are interested.] In this post I’m going to give you […]

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Chipping and pitching tips for a fearless, confident short-game

“Play with feel and imagination” Your thoughts should not be technical when you are on the course; this is the process to use: 1. Use your eyes to see where the landing spot will be, the roll, the trajectory, the speed of swing and the release that is needed 2. You should now have a […]

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