Club Pro Guy Knows How to Pound Sand

If you could immediately fix any on part of your golf game, what would you choose to fix?

Would it be your drive? You've no doubt heard that chicks dig the long ball, so would you want some tutelage on how to slam that sucker down the middle like Bryson DeChambeau?

Would it be your putting? They say, "Drive for show and putt for dough."

But if you're like us, the area of your game that needs the most help is chipping out of the sand.

There's a good reason for this. You can practice driving just about anywhere: drop a bucket down and start whacking away. Same with putting. With a little imagination and ingenuity, you can turn any surface into a putting green.

But to practice chipping requires something unique: sand. Forget the neighbor kids' sandbox. Their cat has left too many presents in it, making for a less than satisfactory learning experience.

To really get down and dirty, you need Club Pro Guy to show you the ins and outs of pounding your balls out of the sand.

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Over a 14 year career, the internationally renowned “CPG” made more than a dozen cuts on the Mexican Mini Tour, including the famed Yucatan Masters, and holds the distinction of defending his 6,583rd position in the World Golf Rankings for 311 weeks. As one of the most prolific players in the game’s history, his astounding career culminated in 2003 when he was inducted into the Mexican Mini Tour Golf Hall of Fame with the lowest percentage of votes than any other inductee in history.