PGA Tour Champions player Wes Short reverted to a one-handed chipping action at this week's Insperity Invitational as a result of having issues around the green.
Short Jr, 59, is a one-time PGA Tour winner having captured the 2005 Michelin Championship at Las Vegas with a playoff victory over Jim Furyk.
He now plays his golf on the over 50s PGA Tour Champions circuit, and he revealed at this week's tournament how he has reverted to an unconventional chipping technique in a bid to improve his short game.
Short Jr said:
He admitted to chopping and changing between conventional and unconventional grips during the course of the tournament.
Short Jr added:
The American ended up finishing the week at 1-under par in a tie for 19th following rounds of 68, 77 and 70.
WATCH SHORT'S ONE-HANDED CHIPPING TECHNIQUE IN THE VIDEO BELOW:
Short has won twice on the PGA Tour Champions with victories coming at the 2014 Quebec Championship and 2019 Shaw Charity Classic.
New Zealand's Steven Alker won this week's Insperity Invitational on 15-under par.
He finished four strokes clear of Steve Stricker.