Even when I explain to my students that roughly 65 percent of their shots are within 60 yards of the green, they'd still rather stand on the range and hit drivers. Truth is, you can break 100, 90 or even 80 without grinding for hours practicing full shots. While you still need to practice with longer clubs, the basics of chipping and pitching can also hone an effective full swing. Look at this photo here. No matter whether I am chipping, pitching or hitting a longer shot, the only difference in the follow-through is how much my body and club have rotated. Essentially, your short game is the foundation for your full swing.
Read on, and I'll show you how to turn your short-game practice into full-swing results.