View Video by Mike Dero
Most golfers know when we find ourselves in a bunker, we are supposed to use the bounce of the wedge, slide it under the ball and carry it onto the green on a bed of sand. But did you know that the bounce of your wedge will also help you to chip it softly onto the green? You know, bounce a couple of times then check up next to the hole – this tip will definitely give you a better chance of making that happen. In this video, Mike Dero shares his tips on the right way to use that bounce on your wedge to hit great chips onto the green.
Update: I find that to get the bounce to work well I have to make sure I have the ball in the front of my stance with a slightly open stance.