Lower your loft when chipping into the wind


Chipping into a strong wind provides a nice backstop to allow us to be more positive with a more lofted club and the ball rolling very little on landing.

But to gain more control over the flight and roll of the ball, a better option may be to use a less-lofted club, such as an eight iron, and get the ball to release up to the flag under the wind, as TG Elite Pro Adrian Fryer explains in this golf video tip.

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