If you watch a lot of high-handicappers, you’ll find that many struggle their short shots around the green.
Truth be known, it’s not all that complicated.
In today’s lesson, PGA Tour veteran member Larry Rinker will demonstrate the proper patch for those little chip and pitch shots that Tour players are so good with.
It’s pretty simple, your clubhead path should be straight back and straight through on these shots.
Some players take the club too far inside, some too far outside.
The most effective path is straight back and straight through.
So take that to the practice pitching green, work on it and watch your results improve.
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