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Chip & Run | An introduction to playing a Chip & Run.

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Chip & Run shots are normally played after an approach shot has missed the green. They are played with straighter faced or less lofted club, such as a 7 iron, that will encourage the ball to fly approximately 10% to 20% of the required distance through the air and the remainder of its distance along the ground to the Target. Chip & Run shots have a very low level of risk when compared to Chip shots as the length of Hand & Arm Swing is shorter than a Chip shot and the ball is played closer to the ground. This type of shot is a very simple and effective shot to play!

Within my 'Chip & Run Instruction' I have divided this type of shot into three 'Lesson Headings' for ease of explanation.

These headings are;

1. Helpful 'Tips' to work out your Chip & Run Shot!
2. The 'Address & Posture Position'.
3. The Hand & Arm Swing.

"I recommend you work through each lesson in the order shown to create a repeatable Pre-Shot Routine!"

 

Your Next Lesson.

  • Helpful 'Tips' to work out your Chip & Run Shot!
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