Improve Your Contact Around The Green
One way to better your short game around the green is to hit the ball more solidly. Once you learn to hit the ball solidly, then you will be able to develop a feel for how far your shots will travel. Here are four ways to hit the ball more solidly. Whether chipping or pitching, these are easy, simple and effective ways to improve your contact around the green.
- Your club shaft is FORWARD with the butt end of the grip starting and finishing in front of the ball.
- Your head should be OVER of the ball position and should stay there through out the swing and doesn’t move up, down or sideways.
- The back of the LEAD hand should face the target and the club face should face the SKY when the swing is finished.
- Your club head should finish BELOW your hands.
PGA Director of Instruction
With over 25 years of teaching experience, it's easy to see why Mike has become a leader in the world of golf instruction. Everything from cutting edge social networking techniques to having his own podcast, Mike has helped to change the face of teaching golf. He currently is the Director of Player Performance at the Boyne Golf Academy in Harbor Springs, Michigan.
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