the low- running chip set up in front of the ball
“When trying to bump the ball onto the green and get it running, a big fault is tilting the shoulders back,” Parada says. “The left shoulder gets high and the chest leans back. This negates moving the ball back in your stance to hit it lower. It causes chunks.” Instead, Parada says to feel like the sternum and chin are ahead of the golf ball and the left shoulder is level to the right shoulder at address ( above). Just like Ko is demonstrating here ( right), keep your upper body from drifting away from the green as you swing.