Hitting consistent chips and pitches require 2 skills:
1. Land your ball in your target zone
2. Hit the ball with the proper trajectory to create the proper amount of spin and roll
Proper practice should focus on these 2 skills.
You will need good targets to help you. They attract your focus, and make practice fun.
Play the Game:
Create a target ladder. Toss targets 3-5 yards apart beginning at 5 yards from you.
Hit shots to your landing zones. Choose your most lofted club. Start with the nearest target, then to the next further target; continue back with targets nearer to you.
Change trajectory. Take your next lofted club and hit shots up and down your “ladder”. Continue until you have worked through each club through your 5 iron.
You are practicing exactly what you need on the course to get it “up and down” from anywhere.
Way to GO!
Land your pitch in the target... Roll your ball inside the circle
Hitting chips and pitches close to the cup will save a lot of strokes.
This game is fun, easy to score, and it changes to keep your interest.
Set up the 6 foot target circle on the green - this is your scoring target.
Toss a Short Game Target to show you where you want to land the ball.
Each ball in the circle is a birdie.
How many Birdies can you make?
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Tour players don’t waste their time hitting shots on the range without an alignment aid … and a caddie.
I assume your caddie checks your shoulder alignment? Yea, neither does mine.
The 360˚ Convex Mirror is our new caddie!
Because the convex shape gives a wide angle view, you can see all the important elements of alignment without coming out of posture.
It’s like a caddie talking … only quieter.
This is going to be a great year of hitting shots to the target :)