For a LONG CHIP AND RUN shot or a SHORT CHIP OVER THE FRINGE, take a stance with the ball nearer the centre of your body; i.e. towards the rearmost position used, and, keeping you hands forward and using a firm wristed action, strike downwards on the ball. By keeping your hands forward you will take some of the loft off the club and the ball will rise enough to clear the hazard but stay low enough to run on after landing, rather than stopping short. SHORT PITCH For some reason, when facing a pitch from c.45m, many golfers seem to get struck by fear - so much so that they cannot decide what course of action to take. What is required is a shot with some height so the ball stops fairly quickly on landing. Use your sand wedge. Take a slightly open stance and position yourself so the ball is further back than usual. This will ensure you hit down onto the ball with clubs from [b] golf clubs for sale online shop.[/b] As we said, there is an infinite number of variations of conditions you can meet on approach to the green and only experience will equip you with the shot armoury to deal with each of them. So - practice. Take a some balls and play shots to the same hole, using different clubs from [b] r11 driver for sale online shop. Experiment with your ball/body position as well.[/b] Remember that the high pitch over a hazard is a difficult shot with [b] taylor made r11 driver to get right so you should perhaps avoid it if you can. If there's no hazard in your path take a low shot which will run on.[/b] To cover all the variables would take volumes and we don't have time here but we will probably revisit some of these subjects in later articles so keep looking. For now, all we can say is that this is one area where, although there are some basic measures you can adopt, only practice and experience will really make the difference.
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