PROBLEM: Hitting behind the ball
or high on the ball when chipping.

This is caused by trying to get the ball in the
air by hitting up on it instead of down.

The upward motion results in the clubhead
passing the hands before impact.  

This bottoms the club out before it reaches
the ball, resulting in either a fat or a thin shot.

To correct this problem, keep your hands
ahead of the clubhead at address and
through impact.

Be sure to follow through

Don’t flip your right wrist.

"Reverse every natural instinct and do the opposite of what you are
inclined to do, and you will probably come very close to having a
perfect golf swing." - Ben Hogan
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