Hi Shawn !
I have a question: Do you hinge your wrist on your back motion stroke? or is it more like quite hands and the motion is a back & through ?
Jose–the hands are never quiet. You must use your wrist for control and speed.
Great stuff. Could you please tell us what club you used for the demo? Thanks
John–52 degree gap wedge.
Can you explain why you would use the same club in 3 different ball locations for those 3 shots rather than using a different lofted club from the same ball location? I can understand why you would do this from varying lies but from the exact same lie and the only variable being how far you want the ball to carry onto the green, wouldn’t it be a more consistent to keep the ball in the same location pick the appropriate lofted club?
RHong–if you really want to be a short-game artist you must learn all these shots with one club as well as the other clubs. You have to be creative–its not black and white on the short-game.
It looks like your stance is really narrow. How wide is it?
Are you more upright or bent over this shot?
Arthur–yes that’s what you want. Feet very close together and stadning upright.
Good video. But whats best? Moving your ball position and same club, or same ball position (say central)and different clubs ..9, Pitch, Sand? Do you get the same effect?
Very interested in your comments Shawn.
Eamon–if you really want to be a short-game artist you must learn all these shots with one club as well as the other clubs. You have to be creative–its not black and white on the short-game.
I have the correct Adobe Flash installed for my browser, but all I get anymore from your site is a black triangle where your golf tips should be showing. Frustrating.
The three chipping tech. What club were you using? 7 iron? Pitching Wedge?
Roger–52 degree wedge. However you can use any of your wedges with this approach.
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