Golf Tips from Ian Poulter

Ian Poulter gives an excellent golf tip how to get out of trouble when your golf ball has landed in a tricky place. His explanation is spot on, also the way you have to hold the club, however when he takes the shot then things get a bit awkward.

Happens even to the best of us, too bad that they don’t show a second or third try to see whether he could get the ball out.

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Golf Gifts March 31, 2011

Oops! That’s quite humorous actually. Yeah, good advice, and I hope he managed it on the second try.

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Tommy Priest April 1, 2011

Thanks for the link!

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Tommy Priest April 1, 2011

Poulter does exactly what we should never do. Personal experience yesterday: three shots directly back in my face out of greed! A simple low chip to the fairway would have turned my saved my triple into a bogey or even par with a one putt……

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wade July 17, 2011

He used a term grip down on the club instead of choking down. The shot percentage was better to go sideways so i think we all learned a valuable lesson here.

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Tommy Priest July 24, 2011

Now if we could only put it all in practice! Thank you for your comment.

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ted@golf vacation arizona October 21, 2011

That’s great. I always have a hard time rescuing the ball in a tricky place. I must say that we I can get this through practice.

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Tommy Priest October 22, 2011

Thank you for you comment.

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Matthew July 8, 2013

Thanks for posting this! It’s helpful for a beginner like myself. I spend more time at home than on the course, unfortunately, but I do have a practice set from http://annestone.com/unique-golf-gifts/.

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