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Let's master the uneven lie chip shot to shoot lower scores!

Let’s master the uneven lie chip shot to shoot lower scores!

Let’s master the uneven lie chip shot to shoot lower scores!

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We all know (or hopefully know) that the quickest way for the average golfer to lower their scores is to practice their chipping and putting.  Usually, when I see students practicing their chipping, most of the time it is from an even lie.  Those are not typically the lies you get on the golf course.  So find some tough spots to chip from.  Uphill, downhill, and sidehill lies.  From the rough and under some trees.  Now, these are the shots that will make you a better player.  Here PGA member Mike Malaska gives some valuable instruction on exactly how to master the uneven lie chip shot right now!

Chipping from an uneven lie requires a different technique than chipping from a flat lie. 2011 PGA Teacher of the Year Mike Malaska shows how to chip the ball straight at the flag from sidehill lies.

Source: PGA.com  Mike Malaska

Picture: Neville Wootton

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