Golf tip: Chip from a hardpan lie – 3 differend ways

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Did you ever find your golfball on a hardpan surface close to the green? You have several options to chip from a hardpan lie. Putting is one of them, but we already made a video about the chip with a putter. In this video we show you how you can chip from a hard surface close to the green with a five wood, seven iron and a lob wedge. This video was a request from one of our subscribers.

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  1. We play golf says

    Do you have a suggestion for a new video? Please leave them in the comments below!

  2. Sodthong says

    Many thanks, that was great …

  3. Aquib Aanam says

    Sir, I've a question.. its generally said that we should have 1 basic swing for all club..but unfortunately it differs for me..what is the meaning of 1 basic swing? Same grip? Weight shifts?grip pressure? Please explain the meaning of 1 basic swing..regards, Aquib Aanam.

  4. Kym Stock says

    I have a 60 degree 4 degree bounce lob wedge for summer conditions. It makes sweeping the ball off very bare lies easier, with less likelihood of skulling the ball. More bounce for winter, less for summer ( in OZ and S.A. maybe)

  5. Lincoln Robinson says

    Needs more camera angles, especially the last one. Terrible angle, showing a close up of the ball instead of the hand position and body

  6. Tobias says

    nice video again – I would like to see a short chip from deep rough

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