By Jered Gusso
Chipping the ball is not as hard as it seems. If you are having trouble chipping the ball you probably have a poor set up. Here’s a couple tips to get set up like a Pro.
Make sure the ball is placed towards the back of your stance (right foot for right handed golfers). Take a narrow stance and place 90% of your weight on your left foot (refer to arrow in picture). Lastly, make sure your shoulders are more level and not tilted behind the ball, this will help hit down on the ball.
Now, keep your wrists stiff and use your shoulders to make the stroke. Good Luck! Please send any feedback to email@example.com
Jered grew up in Minneapolis, MN playing golf and Ice Hockey. He spent his youth developing a love and passion for the game of golf. He went to Methodist University in Fayetteville, NC where he was a Two-Time first team All-American and Academic All-American. After graduating from Methodist University, Jered fulfilled a childhood dream of becoming a Professional golfer. He toured the country for 6 years winning 3 professional golf tournaments, with the most notable being the Minnesota State Open in 2005. Jered is the Director of Instruction at the Gusso Golf Academy, which is located at the Stoneybrook Golf Club in East Orlando. To book your lesson with Jered or to get more information visit www.jeredgusso.com or contact the Academy via email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone at (407) 205-9229.