How To Hit A Chip Shot On A Tight Lie In Golf

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16 comments

  1. alanlivesinoz on

    Thanks again for your sound advice – interested to hear your thoughts re using a “chipper” iron in lieu of 7, 9 etc on these sorts of lies….. cheers
    Alan

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  2. James Adcock on

    You are back a bit like tiger. purest striker of the golf ball I have seen I’m serious. I mean you not tiger haha

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  3. BeachBow on

    That’s not the kind of “tight” lie we get around here. Put the ball on some hardpack, then you’ll have a tight lie. JM2C

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  4. Walter Dean on

    Great and I wish we had that “tight” but public tight is not so nice. That said, you are doing a good deed every time you post a tip like this and I appreciate it.

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  5. TomokoMurakami on

    Oh boy, I love your videos, Adam, but that is not a tight lie where I come from (Los Angeles). That’s a beautiful, ball-striking lie that I’d be thrilled to get in the middle of a fairway.

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  6. Jeremy Walker on

    Wouldn’t it be the same thing to slightly move the ball back in stance and keep lower body quiet? I’ve been wondering this for a while. It just seems artificially putting your body in an unbalanced state couldn’t be the most ideal way to skin the cat. Thank you for all your great instructions.

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  7. fdllicks on

    I have learned so much from you, I cant thank u enough. Too much forward learn=a club that will dig. With a fluffy lie, loft is your friend.But with a tight lie, loft is your enemy, never more than an 8 or 9 iron.I have recently started using hybrid for these shots (the tough ones). It takes a while getting used to distance control with the hybrid, but if you are willing to practice with it, the hybrid is perfect for these tough lies.

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  8. James Campbell on

    Hi Adam, I’m only 13 and I’ve just started playing golf but I’m having a problem. Whenever I get solid contact on any ball (not very often) with any club the ball always seems to sway to the right. Any ideas on how I could get rid of this problem?
    Thanks,

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  9. fdllicks on

    Excellent video as always. I have recently surrendered and given up chipping. I was just tired of mishits!!! i now do what you say but always with a 5 hybrid. The hybrid is less accurate, but, never mishits. No matter how tight the lie. Its dispersion is greater, but you have to pick your poisen.

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