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Why chipping with a 6 iron is a better option when close to the green!

Why chipping with a 6 iron is a better option when close to the green!

Why chipping with a 6 iron is a better option when close to the green!

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As Chris Ryan of  ChrisRyanGolf quite correctly states, most amateur golfers will immediately pull their sand wedge almost every time they have a chip shot around the green.  Your percentages of getting it close to the hole are fairly slim unless you are Phil Mickelson!  Using less loft, like a 6 iron, and letting the ball run will get you closer to the hole more times than not!  If you want a specific formula for these types of shots, go here!

The chip and run can often look like a simple shot, but there are some things that many handicap golfers should aim to focus on. This video explains some of those things as Chris Ryan talks through the shot.

Source: ChrisRyanGolf

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