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the short game. Around the green. Your ball is buried close to the fringe, but that's a tough shot. Do you take a wedge shot and explode? Do you chop it out? Here's a shot that I invented. I call it the Cartoon Shot. I call it the Cartoon Shot because have you ever seen a cartoon where the cartoon character's legs go brrrit, and then hits the ground and jume? Well you can do that on this shot with a driver. And the way to do it: start with the club at minus 45 degrees -- in other words, the top of the grip is three feet in front of the head, and if this is zero degrees, you hit the ball into the ground. It goes in the air -- brrrit -- and runs at the hole. So, I would address the ball like this, and boom. Let's see what happens. Ball way back. The Cartoon Shot. Brrrit... zoom. Try it again. The Cartoon Shot. Zoom -- a little too hard, you have to practice it. Cartoon. Here's a good one -- come on ball. You have to practice it, but I'm telling you it works. It's so much easier than taking a wedge and exploding or chop it out. Try the Cartoon Shot. And more tips like these right here on Expert Village. See you soon.
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