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Question

Moving the ball back in your stance can help, but don’t cheat yourself

Rick Johnson
November 07, 2015

Bobby’s Answer

When we hit chip shots, consistent contact is crucial to hitting a great shot.  Moving the golf ball back in your stance in a way to move the swing bottom forward of the golf ball, helping you achieve Dynamic #2. 

But don’t cheat yourself.  Learn how to use load, lag, and the workhorse as much as you can.  Check out our Training System DVD’s, golf schools, or private lessons for more information.

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