Most amateurs have it wrong when they start working on trying to improve their scores through practice.
They head to the range and beat hundreds of balls looking for a better swing when they could be spending their time improving the area of their game where they can save more shots per round, every round.
Dave Pelz says working on all your shots – pitching, chipping and putting – played within 110 metres of the flag will quickly reveal its benefits. And the one shot to practice most, he adds, is the 14-yard chip shot.
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