How to chip a high spinner is 60 seconds

How to chip a high spinner is 60 seconds

How to chip a high spinner in 60 seconds

1. Set Up:

  • Use a high-lofted wedge, like a 58 or 60 degree.
  • Open the clubface to add loft and expose the bounce.

2. Stance and Grip:

  • Stand with feet slightly open, aiming left of the target (for right-handed golfers).
  • Position the ball slightly forward in your stance.
  • Maintain a light grip for better feel and control.

3. Swing Path:

  • Focus on an out-to-in swing path. Imagine your clubhead moving from 4 o'clock to 10 o'clock (for right-handers).
  • Keep your hands ahead of the clubhead through impact to create that desired spin.

4. Execution:

  • Make a smooth, controlled swing with an emphasis on accelerating through the ball.
  • Ensure a crisp, clean contact by striking the ball first, then the turf.

5. Follow Through:

  • Finish with your clubface open and pointing towards the sky, maintaining the loft throughout.

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