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The bladed sand wedge

The bladed sand wedge “How do I get good contact when my ball is against the fringe?” Stuart Blackie is a class AA - member of the PGA of South Africa and the Gary Player Golf Experience Coordinator, who delivers around 200 lessons per month for the Gary Player Golf Experience at the Momentum World of Golf, offers a simple solution to this often-asked question: This shot is a lot ea...

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Why is my chipping so inconsistent?

Derrick Lekoma is a founder member of the PGA of South Africa and a South African senior tour member, who delivers around 250 lessons per month for the Gary Player Golf Experience at the Momentum World of Golf, offers a simple solution to this often-asked question: The most common bad chipping technique I see is where a lot of weight is positioned on the right foot in the address position and the...

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Thinking of Lower Scores?

The Momentum Gary Player Golf Experience is SA’s premier teaching academy. Our pro, Gabba Wessels, is an AA Class PGA professional with more than 6 years teaching experience and his offer for this week is his blueprint for the ideal CHIPPING SET-UP…Firstly, let’s understand that we need to hit down on the ball on chip shots in order to ensure effective use of the loft automatica...

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Lay your foundation for consistent chipping!

Because chipping is an arms & shoulders movement, it is vitally important that your lower body from the waist down forms a solid foundation. Any excessive movement in your foundation will cause an inconsistent ball-strike on your chip shots. A great drill to help you create the feeling of chipping with a stable foundation is to set up with your right foot back. Practice this: To look ...

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Chipping from bad lies

Here are some tips to help you cope when chipping from awkward lies: The ball sits down in the grass: - play it further back in your stance. The ball sits up high: - grip down on your club & “sweep”. Downhill lies: – move the ball back in your stance for crisper contact. Uphill lies: – move the ball forward for early loft. Ball above feet: - grip down on the club...

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Develop Imagination around the greens!

 At GPGE we get a lot of questions about which club is best to chip with. The answer is that different clubs work for different situations. A proficient short game artist will be happy to use any club in his bag, depending on a number of factors, such as: Distance from the green Distance from the edge of the green to the flag Your lie or the pace & slope of the green The major dif...

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