Tips from the Tour: How to Hit Downhill Chip Shots with Chesson Hadley

Posted: July 1, 2014

Ask just about any golfer and they'll most likely agree that downhill chip shots around the green are some of the hardest shots in the game. And your ability to successfully execute these shots is usually the difference between saving par and making bogey.

In this edition of Tips from the Tour, Titleist Brand Ambassador Chesson Hadley explains how the proper setup and technique can help golfers get up and down from these awkward lies.

Fast Facts: Chesson won his first PGA Tour event at the 2014 Puerto Rico Open. It was the 11th start of his rookie season on tour and he shot all four rounds in the 60's (68-65-67-67).

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Lee S


Chesson makes it look easy.  What loft club did he use, and what is the least lofted club he would advise.

Tom E


Excellent video!!!  Getting comfortable with setting up for a downhill lie and then committing to the shot is most of the battle.  I will have to practice this more often.

Thank you!!!