So when you’re planning your chip shots or pitch shots, wherever they are, this practice game and drill to improve your skills. So here’s the skill, it’s to get as many points as you can within 2 and 3 feet radius, inside one club length.

When you place the tee pegs in the ground to mark the circle, don’t place anything in front because we go to chip towards that. But essentially what we’re looking at now, is chipping and pitching inside these areas.

They have a points score and every one counts.

Hit 10 shots so that you can see under pressure what your capabilities are and let’s see how it goes. So 10 balls and one club. You can change the club if you want but keep it simple.

Ultimately, what you are trying to do is to practice this one skill.

Choose the club to suit the shot from here. Now strike, and not rushing, paying attention, chip 10 balls. Give yourself good lies.

You can vary it if you like.

Remember we’re trying to get all 10 inside that four foot and six foot circle. There is a minus 10 so I need to make sure that this next one, now there’s extra pressure of exposed myself at not being able to count extra pressure if you don’t get your three balls in, if you missed three and it’s minus 15 okay. Fortunately I’ve been able to do that.

So not only have I got that in now I did, there was only seven here at two so that was 14, 16 minus 10 this is a plus score. It’s a difficult skill to do or difficult test to do, but when you’ve got the skill you can apply it.

Just try it from different locations with different clubs downhill, uphill, right to left, left to right, slightly further back.

Just keep testing yourself.

If you play from 50 yards out to set against five yards.

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