Phil Mickelson’s Impromptu Chipping Lesson is Exactly What Your Short Game Needs

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During the Pro-Am round of last week’s Military Tribute at The Greenbrier, Phil Mickelson was overheard giving an impromptu chipping lesson to NFL star Larry Fitzgerald and the quickie lesson caught on tape was nothing short of instructional gold. A post shared by PGA TOUR (@pgatour) on Jul 7, 2018 at 6:28am PDT The moral of the story…when a short …


Play Your Percentages for Better Short Game Success

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Learning to score in golf, is often about playing the percentages.  When it comes to learning to do that, there’s an old adage that I’ve been using to start just about every beginning short game clinic I’ve given over the past quarter century: “Putt when you can, chip if you can’t putt, and pitch only if you have to.” In …

Stick it Stone Dead in Golf

Stick it Stone Dead

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The object of golf is to get a little white ball into a little white hole in as few strokes as possible.  Given that fact, common sense should dictate that the closer you get to the hole on any given shot, the better your odds are of making that shot, or at least getting it close enough to make the …