How to play the bump and run: think putting

For consistency in this chip shot just use a putting technique, says Carl Watts

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To stop the dreaded shank, learn to swing up and left with the help of two range buckets, says former European Tour player and PGA coach Carl Watts of Mannings Heath GC.   

More instruction

Keep the ball low in the wind

Increase distance

Clock-face pitching drill

Improve ball striking

Perfect takeaway

For more information about Carl Watts visit www.carlwattsgolf.co.uk and www.performanceboost.co.uk

To play the bump and run,use a putting technique, says former European Tour player and PGA coach Carl Watts of Mannings Heath GC.   

More instruction

Keep the ball low in the wind

Increase distance

Clock-face pitching drill

Improve ball striking

Perfect takeaway

For more information about Carl Watts visit www.carlwattsgolf.co.uk and www.performanceboost.co.uk