NOW that most golf courses are fairly soft under foot you have to look at your chipping options. It is quite possible that running the ball into the greens is now not the best option and you will need to look at lofting the ball all the way on to the pu

NOW that most golf courses are fairly soft under foot you have to look at your chipping options. It is quite possible that running the ball into the greens is now not the best option and you will need to look at lofting the ball all the way on to the putting surface with a sand iron or pitching wedge. This will take away any unpredictable soft bounces that may catch you out and will leave you with a makeable putt for par.Happy GolfingMike WilsonProfessionalRoyal North Devon Golf Club(01237) 477598