- The two keys to varying loft
- Learn to pick the right club every time
- How to adjust for different shots
- Develop a simple shot process
Hitting greens in regulation is arguably the most challenging part of the game for most amateurs. This means most players must rely on their short games to try to save pars and shoot lower scores. One of the most basic parts about having a strong short game starts with making solid contact with the ball. A skulled or chunked chip can quickly turn a potential par save into a double or triple bogey. In this video, Golf Digest Best Young Teacher Corey Lundberg shares his simple keys for making consistent strikes.