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I have been spending a lot of time practicing chipping because it's a particular weakness in my game. But I am finding it hard to quantify/measure objectively if I am improving. The one method I use regularly is to chip 10 balls to a flag and score all balls holed as 1 point, balls within 3 feet as 2 points, btw 3-6 feet as 2.5 points and everything farther away as 3 - and then summing for an overall score (sadly, from 20 yards I am generally in the 25-30 points range). Does anyone have other/better ideas for producing measurable estimates of short game accuracy?
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AqYg57fsg8I PLEASE HELP!!! I have recently really gotten into golf. I bowl competitively, and I guess the golf butg has bit me. I think that I have a decent enough swing, but I cannot play well. So, I've come here looking for pointers to help me IMPROVE MY FORM and be more CONSISTENT and ACCURATE. Above is a link to a video of different shots.
Hi, when you are chipping/pitching around the greens, do you change clubs or ball position to get the trajectory you want? (Or a combination?) Back in the days, I was taught to use a 7i/8i for low chips and PW/SW for high pitches, and then adjust the ball position in the stance to get different trajectory. But now our pro adviced to keep the ball in the middle of the stance and use a wide range of clubs (7i to LW I guess). What do the big shots do (if applicable to an 11-handicapper :smile: )?