- When to play this fundamental shot
- How traditional advice can be confusing
- Using a flashlight to perfect your setup
- Avoiding common pitching faults
Unless you’re a single-digit handicapper, chances are you’re hitting fewer than a handful of greens in regulation each round. To save pars, you need to have some short-game skills. One of those is having a go-to chip, a shot you can use from any greenside lie and that you can rely on under pressure. In this video, Golf Digest Best Young Teacher Mario Guerra shows you how to get the ball close to the hole when chipping.