FSGO #8 Pitching and Chipping – What Matters? with Rob Bowser

By on February 5, 2015

The recent struggles of Tiger Woods with his chipping and pitching has brought it into the spotlight.

My Lead Instructor Rob Bowser and I go over what you should pay attention to in this really critical part of scoring at golf.

Tell us what’s happening with your chipping in the comment section below.

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2 Comments

  1. Peter Lambert

    February 16, 2015 at 5:36 pm

    Hi Charlie/Rob,
    This was of particular interest to me and I have chipping/pitching on my list with Rob for when the weather warms and I can get back at it at Reynolds. In the meantime I’m down here with Stan at Old Palm in FL (we won low gross in the member/guest last Friday!) and I can’t get any of your content to work on my Surface Pro 3. Not sure if you are Apple exclusive or not but for the record none of your stuff all winter has worked in a way that I can access it. Mentioned it to Bud Taylor (friends with Mark Lanni and spends part of summers at Reynolds) so wanted to communicate with you in case you heard of it by another way.

    Rob – doing great with what you’ve taught me but really look forward to your help on next steps!

    Regards,

    Peter

    • Charlie King

      February 16, 2015 at 8:29 pm

      Peter, Thanks for checking in. We look forward to seeing you and your wife this spring (and Stan). I haven’t heard from anybody having trouble with the content. We do all our videos in Html 5 and many of the videos are hosted on Youtube which is built for all platforms. I’d like to figure that out for you.

      See you soon!
      Charlie

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