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Sep 9th, 2017

Golf is not a game of perfect

Sometimes you need to improvise

It's easy to forget that golf isn't played off of perfect lies all the time. I'm guessing most of you only ever practice hitting shots from impeccable lies off range mats. Which is fine, but unfortunately golf isn't a game of of perfect.

There are always downhill and side hill stances when you lay and it's how you navigate them that helps you shoot a good score. Here the Sultan of Swing, Jeff Ritter, gives you a great tip on how to chip it close from a horrible down hill lie.



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Golf is not a game of perfect

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