Playing Lesson – Bounce It On

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Paul Wilson

Paul Wilson is the creator of Swing Machine Golf and founder of Ignition Golf. Paul's golf swing technique is based on the Iron Byron swing machine. YouTube Channels: Paul Wilson Golf and Ignition Golf Tips. Please Join me on Google+

8 Responses to “Playing Lesson – Bounce It On”

  1. Great tip again Paul !

    Many players tend to forget during a round of golf that this is very tactical game where the aim is to minimize the risks.

    Thank you remain of that !!

    Best regards

    • Mauri,

      Exactly. There are so many options that are not obvious at first. You need to see every option then pick the one that best suits you and keeping the mistakes to a minimum. Glad you get it.

  2. Hi Paul

    I play in France and in Miami. This suggestion works perfectly in France. However, in South Florida, your 2nd and 3rd shot would have been kept in the hard grass rough, which sometimes grows in the direction from which you were chipping. So in Miami I would compromise for your first shot, that ended up in the bottom of the green, but an uphill putt.

    Love the playing tips!


    • David,

      Play it when you can play it. With the sever drop off at the back of the green I would be very careful in this situation. You hit it over this green and you will make a really high number.

  3. Excellent advice ,Paul.I would call it the “bump and run “chip.If you have watched the ENGLISH OPEN ,when it’s played at SAINT ANDERWS ,there’s a hole,adjacent to a road,lower than the green,where the green can’t hold a pitch shot ,even if it’s perfect ,and where this bump a run shot is mandatory

    • Raymond,

      Glad you like it. I play these shots a lot. There are so many times when this is the best option.

  4. I just saw on the TV RORY SABATINI playing this shot,in very similar conditions to the one you show .Well,his bump and run chip got stuck in the first cut of rough and stayed there without rolling onto the sloping green .Before playing this shot you have to inspect carefully the grass in front of the green:if it is too moist or too high you’d better call off this type of shot !

    • Raymond,

      I did hit the shot high enough plus I hit a downslope so I knew it would kick forward. Just got to look at your situation and make that determination.


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