How To: Use the baseball chipping drill for better chip shots

Use the baseball chipping drill for better chip shots

Steven Bann shows a chipping drill that teaches distance control through the air. Golf clubs are arranged into "zones" which represent the plates of a baseball field, so golf clubs arranged horizontally and evenly distanced apart from the next golf club. This represents "first base," "second base," "third base" and home plate. This is a landing drill where the object of the drill is to land in the designated "first base" zone and then subsequent bases until you get three-in-a-row for each zone. If a ball does not land in the correct zone, then this zone must be repeated until the golf player feels comfortable with the pressure associated with playing out in the golf course.

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