the low- run­ning chip set up in front of the ball

Golf Digest Middle East - - Play Your Best / Tour Technique -

“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.

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