My golf buddy began having trouble around the greens. His troubles ran the gamut from hitting it fat just a few feet to the skinny shot driving the ball across the green and off the opposite side. His worst experience was one where we were all embarrassed for him. From ten feet off the 6th green he chunked one about 4 feet. His next attempt was skulled across the green and came to rest about 6 feet off the putting surface. He tried again. This attempt was weak and barely flopped on the green. Sadly, he was laying 4 on a par 3 still 60 feet from the pin. As he continued to struggle the frustration began to affect other parts of his game. He needed some help.
He found the help he needed online. My buddy downloaded a golf swing instruction guide. Listed below are some the pointers he put to use from the book to help him quickly correct his chipping issues with r11 irons.
Using a single club for green side work allows you to become an expert with it. If you have hours to practice then you might want to adhere to the other school of thought and use different clubs depending on the shot required. My golf buddy doesn't have that much time to practice. Neither do I.
Open your stance about 30 degrees. This clears the hips and allows for an unrestricted swing with taylormade r11 irons. To encourage a descending blow move the majority of your weight to the forward foot. Keeping the shoulders parallel to the target line relax and employ a putting stroke. The key here is to maintain the angle of the back wrist created at address all through the swing. Don't allow the forward wrist to break.
Following these steps you will improve your chipping and eventually lowered your handicap. You might even collected a few more skins in the process. Put it to the test, it might be the answer you are looking for as well.