PGA TOUR Champions winner Jerry Kelly breaks down all things short game and shows how to simplify pitching and chipping techniques for ultimate success. Kelly shares his trade secrets to control the bottom of the swing and eliminate thin and fat shots. Plus, he gives insightful methods for making putts when it matters most.
The 1988 Masters champion, Sandy Lyle, shares important shots you need to practice to improve, including a shot out of a divot and from under a tree. The 1985 Open Champion also teaches how to control trajectory in windy conditions.
The 1988 Masters champion, Sandy Lyle, discusses his approach to the short game, including how to handle difficult lies with minor technique adjustments; advice on attacking tough pins; and his new putting method that has helped as he gotten older.
Masters champ of 1988 Sandy Lyle breaks down all things full swing and shows how his compact, but powerful swing has been so consistent. Lyle shares how to maximize distance and how technology has affected the game, using a Persimmon, hickory shaft club.