How to Hit a Flop Shot – Short Sided Chipping for Breaking 80/90/100

In this first episode of the short game series, featuring Matt and Harvey, we learn to hit it over a bunker when we’ve short sided ourselves. That will entail learning how to hit a flop shot or not depending on if you want to break 80 or break 90 or break 100.

This is a highly unprofessional, one-take video showing you how to chip the ball when you have an obstacle between you and the hole.

If you’re trying to break 80, you’re going to need a flop shot in this situation. If you’re trying to break 100 or 90, thenyou need to play away from the obstacle in case you hit a fluff and put it into the hazard. It’s much better to JUST GET IT ON THE GREEN, anywhere, even if you have a 20 foot putt remaining for par/bogey. It’s better than making a triple or quad from the bunker or water.

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