How to improve your short game within a week

Improve your pitches, chips and sand skills with our latest video instruction.

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The short game accounts for more than 50% of a round of golf so it's pretty important to get right. Put our latest pitching and chipping tips in play ahead of your next round and we believe you'll notice a difference in your wedge game within a week. 

We can't promise these helpful tips will turn you into a multiple major champion like Jordan Spieth, but they will at least help you become a more consistent player around the greens. And that will lead to lower scores and bragging rights in the clubhouse. 

These tips will also make you look at shot selection a little more differently, than simply just picking out the 56-degree wedge each time.

If you practice any of the tips below, we'd love to hear your thoughts in the forum or on our Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and YouTube channels.

Let's start with our first short game tip, and it's a classic: 'The Clock Face Drill'...