Chip, Pitch and Lob


Chip

Low Trajectory

Ball back in stance

Shaft leans forward

Weight 80% on lead foot

Putting motion-- minimal wrist action

Change club for carry distance and rollout


Pitch

Mid Trajectory

Ball middle of stance

Slight forward shaft lean

Weight 60% on lead foot

Wrist hinge and sleight body turn


Lob

High Trajectory

Ball forward in stance

Shaft vertical

Weight 50 / 50 between both feet

Club face slightly open

Full wrist hinge

Open stance

5 Step process to hitting a golf shot, short game or full swing

1st SURVEY   the type of shot

2nd VISUALIZE  how you are going to make the shot

3rd REHEARSE  making the shot

4th EXECUTE  the shot

5th EVALUATE  your performance

Matt Stotler Golf Academy

Clear Creek @ The Practice Center

400 Grand Oak Drive

Franklin, OH 45005

Matt@pga.com

937-974-3128

Using Trackman, Matt Stotler Golf Academy will oversee, design, develop, deliver, and evaluate a specialized player development program of learning. The Matt Stotler Golf Academy provides instruction to individuals, groups, adults, juniors, and students of all levels. With the understanding that all students have their own unique swing, personal goals, and learning styles, Matt will develop practice goals and drills to deliver a repeatable golf swing. As a result, the student will enjoy a higher level of the game that they have never experienced before.

Matt Stotler Golf Academy

Matt Stotler is Director of Instruction, Class A PGA Professional, and Certified Personal Coach. With over 21 years of teaching and coaching experience, he started the Matt Stotler Golf Academy. Matt is the Head Men's Golf Coach at Kettering Fairmont High School.  In the past five years, he has had five students go on to play college golf. Additionally, his skills as an accomplished player will help all levels of students understand the process of improvement.

Matt uses Trackman, the latest in video technology, and an assortment of teaching aids that allow his student to better understand and feel the correct movements needed. Students will be taught one of golf's most important lessons, how to properly practice.

 Pro's Tips to a Better Game

Importance of Putter Loft


Too Much Putter Loft

Contact below the equator of the ball

More backspin

Higher Launch angle

Inconsistent roll out distance

Ball strays from intended line


Roll of the ball during putt

|------------Bounce / Backspin / Skid-------------|---Forward Roll---|



Too Little Putter Loft

Ball Struck into ground

Excessive skid and bouncing

Inconsistent roll out distance

Ball strays from intended line


Roll of the ball during the putt

|--------------Bounce / Skid--------------|---------Forward Roll---------|


Proper Loft

Contact above the equator of the ball

True roll established quickly

More consistent rollout

Ball maintains intended line


Roll of the ball during the putt

|-----Skid-----|------------------------Forward Roll------------------------|