The Secrets to the “Bump and Run” by Jim Furyk.
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The “Bump and Run” shot is one that flies low, lands about 2 feet on the green, and runs out to the hole. This is a very safe and reliable shot for most amateurs. Using a lofted club makes this shot more difficult. The less loft you use, the easier the shot. Head to the chipping green and find out which club in your bag flies halfway and runs to the hole. Then choose a club that will fly 1/3, run out to the hole, and finally find a club that flies 1/4 and rolls out to the hole. Once you have those clubs, each time you have a chip shot on the course, you will know exactly which club to chip with to give you the greatest chance of success! Thanks to Jim Furyk for the tip and aabo692565 for sharing.
A golf tip on hitting a proper bump and run from PGA tour professional and US Open Champion Jim Furyk. This tip is provided by expertinsight.com where you can purchase Short Game Golf an excellent DVD from Jim Furyk and Fred Funk.
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