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How to Chip Like a Pro in 4 Simple Steps

Narrated by: Nick McArdle
Length: 46 mins
Categories: Sports & Outdoors, Golf
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Do you want to shave a stroke or three off your scores? Are you a nervous wreck when you miss the green? Do you struggle to get up and down in two? Or does your short game just suck? If you answered yes to any of these questions, then this self-help audiobook is for you.

Told in a no-nonsense, down-to-earth style, this will teach you four simple steps that will have your short game so sharp you could cut your fingers pulling your wedge from the bag.

It doesn't matter if you fluff, skin, sky, or shank your chips, this simple four-step process will transform your chipping beyond all recognition - without having to spend another cent.

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The lesson in this book for grooving the chip shot is extremely practical and clever.

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  • 07-07-2019

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1 credit and its only about 20 mins long. Nothing new here, in fact depending on how you interpret I'm not sure I even agree. Dwells on a few simple points like practicing an arbitrary 1000 times can actually be divided by 20 and.... shock that means you only need 50 reps each time. And then proceeds to repeat in case you missed it!