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Golf Practice Plan #5: Landing Zone Target Attack for Better Chipping Control

Golf Chipping Practice – Landing Zone Drill

For this drill you’ll need a hand towel or wash rag.

First you need to find a spot in the rough alongside the practice green that you want to chip from. Then pace out the requested distances (found below) from the spot and place a folded towel on the green marking a target zone you want to land the ball.

To make this drill more challenging over time you can shrink the size of the folded towel to make the target smaller and covering less green.

Chip 10 balls at a time to increase focus and create quality reps.

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The Golf Practice Drill(s):

1. 30 chips to 15ft target. Record how many land on the towel target out of 30.

2. 30 chips to a 30ft target. Record how many land on the towel target out of 30.

3. 30 chips to a 45ft target. Record how many land on the towel target out of 30.

4. 30 chips to a 60ft target. Record how many land on the towel target out of 30.

5. 30 chips to a 75ft target. Record how many land on the towel target out of 30.

Overall: Total how many times you successfully landed the ball on the towel out of 150 total reps. Good work today. Try to beat your score another day.

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