Great video, hopefully more golfers will use this “bump and run” technique when putting on the short stuff. I started using this technique last year and “ball next to the stick” was common. I also use a “chip” technique with my hybrid when the ball is off the green a few feet. I use a stroke that gets the ball up and over the grass, yet soft enough that the ball doesn’t blow by the pin.
John—great to hear! Keep up the great work.
Why is a hybrid easier to use than a short iron, which I can’t do?
Don–the hybrid will never dig in the ground regardless of the lie and texture of the turf.
I use my nine iron for this kind of shot. Never thought to use the hybrid. Interesting. My nine works very well however.
Al–the hybrid will never dig in the ground regardless of the lie and texture of the turf.
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