What if we said that the reason you become anxious and mis-strike chip shots is because you’re trying to do it right? You’d probably think we’d gone mad!
But in trying to achieve that perfect, ball-then-turf contact, we can sometimes become focused too much on being steep in to the ball, presenting the leading edge of the club to the ground and fatting it. After a few of these, we subconsciously do the opposite and try and lift the ball airborne, causing us to hit the ball thin.
If this sounds familiar, then watching this golf video tip from TG Elite Teaching Pro Scott Cranfield is a must!