Hybrids Used For Chip Shots From Around Greens – Ladies Golf Tip (Video)
Hybrids Used For Chip Shots From Around Greens – Ladies Golf Tip (Video)

With this swing tip we’re going to have a look at how to use hybrids to play chipping shots around the green. Hybrids are really really good versatile clubs to have in your bag, because not only can you hit full shots with them, you can play some fantastically accurate shots from close around the green, if you learn how to use them correctly. And they’re so easy to play, there’s very little that can go wrong with them. So if you do struggle with your chipping, really consider using this shot to replace your more traditional way of chipping, which you’ll get a much better result with it. So to play the chip with a hybrid place the ball in the middle of the feet, we’re going to pull the left foot directly back, just to open the stunts up but if you do it this way, you retain your alignment so you’ll keep your accuracy for the shot you’re going to play. Slightly now returns to normal, because the narrower that your feet are, the more its going to help you to balance as swing through and keep your upper body stable.

Okay, we’re going to set the golf club so that the face is aiming at where you want to hit the shot, and then we’re going to lean the club just to the left, so that you really create a straight line from your left shoulder, down the left arm and straight down the shaft into the club head. And all we’re going to do to play this golf shot is simply keep that straight line as we swing away to the right, and then we’re going to keep the straight line as we come back to the ball and connect with the ball and then we’re going to have the straight line as you swing through as well. So very little to go wrong, just maintain that straight line, the movement is very much coming from the shoulders and it certainly isn’t coming from the wrist. So however far we move the club head to the right, we want an equal distance of movement through the ball to the left, that will help you maintain a really good tempo. And we are just going to brush the ground under the ball as we play the shot. So weight’s on the left, we’ve created the straight line, the body is going to remain quite still, we’re going to turn through the shot though to extend down the target line and we’re just going to swing that straight line back and through. Okay the club head’s going to do all the work for us, while your turn is delivering that club head back to the ball and then the left of that club as you go through is helping the ball lift into the air. Depending on which hybrid you’re playing, will dictate how much the ball goes into the air and how much role you get as well. But if you practice that around the green, you get a feel for how to hit the shot for the distance control, you’ll find that you really do improve your chipping and your accuracy possibly a whole one or two as well when you are out on the course.
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With this swing tip we’re going to have a look at how to use hybrids to play chipping shots around the green. Hybrids are really really good versatile clubs to have in your bag, because not only can you hit full shots with them, you can play some fantastically accurate shots from close around the green, if you learn how to use them correctly. And they’re so easy to play, there’s very little that can go wrong with them. So if you do struggle with your chipping, really consider using this shot to replace your more traditional way of chipping, which you’ll get a much better result with it. So to play the chip with a hybrid place the ball in the middle of the feet, we’re going to pull the left foot directly back, just to open the stunts up but if you do it this way, you retain your alignment so you’ll keep your accuracy for the shot you’re going to play. Slightly now returns to normal, because the narrower that your feet are, the more its going to help you to balance as swing through and keep your upper body stable.

Okay, we’re going to set the golf club so that the face is aiming at where you want to hit the shot, and then we’re going to lean the club just to the left, so that you really create a straight line from your left shoulder, down the left arm and straight down the shaft into the club head. And all we’re going to do to play this golf shot is simply keep that straight line as we swing away to the right, and then we’re going to keep the straight line as we come back to the ball and connect with the ball and then we’re going to have the straight line as you swing through as well. So very little to go wrong, just maintain that straight line, the movement is very much coming from the shoulders and it certainly isn’t coming from the wrist. So however far we move the club head to the right, we want an equal distance of movement through the ball to the left, that will help you maintain a really good tempo. And we are just going to brush the ground under the ball as we play the shot. So weight’s on the left, we’ve created the straight line, the body is going to remain quite still, we’re going to turn through the shot though to extend down the target line and we’re just going to swing that straight line back and through. Okay the club head’s going to do all the work for us, while your turn is delivering that club head back to the ball and then the left of that club as you go through is helping the ball lift into the air. Depending on which hybrid you’re playing, will dictate how much the ball goes into the air and how much role you get as well. But if you practice that around the green, you get a feel for how to hit the shot for the distance control, you’ll find that you really do improve your chipping and your accuracy possibly a whole one or two as well when you are out on the course.