Lofty chips

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When shooting out of a bunker, over a bunker, or any other shot where you need carry into the green, use a wedge to get that loft. The problem with lofty clubs in Golden Tee, as mentioned above, is that they are affected much more by wind and green slope. The best tip towards trying to hole a lofty chip is to try to carry the ball up close to the pin on the high side of the slope. By taking extra green roll out of the equation, you can concentrate more on how the wind will affect your shot. I usually don’t recommend using backspin or roll on these shots either – try to land the ball just short of the hole and let the slope guide the ball in.

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