Chip Off Tight Lies
In this video TG Elite Teaching Professional Adrian Fryer teaches you how to chip off tight lies in links golf. He looks at the technique adopted by the great Seve Ballesteros and shows you how to do it too.
Key Things To Remember From This Video
One common mistake from a tight lie is trying to help or scoop it up resulting in the upper body leaning back making the low point of your arc happen before impact.
In order to pinch or squeeze the ball for a crisp contact it’s important the low point of your arc happens after impact.
Seve Ballesteros was the master of making a tiny shift forward of his upper body as he swung back. This places your sternum just passed the ball, hands leading the club head into impact and the arc’s low point to bottom out exactly in the right place for the perfect strike.
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