How to chip better around the green


Women & Golf Instructor Samantha Head shares her secret tips to transforming your short game so that you get up and down and save shots around the green.

On average, golfers with a handicap between 15 and 20 will only hit four greens in regulation during a normal round of golf. If you were able to get up and down on every single green that you missed, you'd save 14 shots per round. That's A LOT of shots.

But how do you do it? Here are two chipping tips that you need to know to help you get up and down from the side of the green more times than you don't.

You can thank us next season!






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