The Bump and Run Shot

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The Bump and Run Shot
Category: Fairway Shots
Sub-Category: Chipping, Short Game, Club Selection

Video Transcript

Video Golf Tip | The Bump and Run Shot

Here is a situation on the golf course where you have got a couple options. I am only about 60 yards from the hole and for most people that would be a pitching wedge or a sand wedge. They take a swing or maybe even a full swing and who knows where the ball might go. There is out of bounds just over the green. Well there is a safer play and an alternative play. It is called the bump and run. Rather than taking out the sand wedge, I am going to take out a 7-iron. I am going to make a little swing, kind of similar to a chip shot swing, just an expanded chip shot swing. Not going to have a lot of wrist in my stroke. I am going to swing the club back on through with a short motion. Try to fly the ball about halfway to the green and let it roll the rest of the way. I have adjusted the ball just a little bit back in my stance, firm with my wrists. There is an alternative play, a little safer play especially if you do not have a really good lie off the fairway.

About the Instructor
Hank Haney
Hank Haney
Hank Haney Golf Ranch
2791 S. Stemmons Freeway
Lewisville, TX 75067
Tel: 972-315-5300

Hank Haney is the instructor to PGA Tour Pros Tiger Woods and Mark O'Meara. He is listed as one of Golf Magazine's Top 100 Teachers and Golf Digest's #4 instructor in the world.


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