Tom Watson’s 1982 Chip-in

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Tom Watson's 1982 Chip-in

Great Shots from GolfLink shows you how to recreate some of the most famous shots in Championship Golf History. Tom Watson’s famous chip in shot from the 198…

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19 Responses to “Tom Watson’s 1982 Chip-in”

  1. This is fantastic! From the instruction to the stellar video production!
    Great job all around!

  2. Great Shots – cool concept and great quality. neat how you explain the
    circumstances of the shot and how to execute it yourself. i’m gonna go
    practice!

  3. so a flop shot lol….

  4. Hey man hi there. I just write for give thanks for you because i’m learning
    with these videos. i want to be tricker =) and you already helped me.

  5. the rough tom had to deal with would have been up to your nack

  6. Very cool. I am not a golfer, and don’t really think of it as a “thrilling”
    sport, but this was a nice little piece that captured the spirit &
    excitement of Tom’s chip-in.

  7. called a flop shot ya dingus

  8. @mdmde how do you know it was one of those two? it could have also been a
    gap wedge, a lob wedge, or an ultra lob wedge.

  9. Ok, I didn’t know but just googled it and found a description: “Watson made
    a graceful, descending blow with his sand wedge” so like the shot,
    sometimes it’s better to be lucky than good, but we all know Tom Watson is
    not good, but great. I think I could make that shot about 2% of the time.

  10. Great video. What type of club was itz? sand wedge or pitching wedge?

  11. is the acuall fotage of this shot on youtube?

  12. HAHAHHAH FAIL GO AND DIE

  13. An amazing video indeed, everything here is truly educational.

  14. Added to my bag of short range shots. Thanks for the video :)

  15. Your videos are no better than the false advertising I see everyday on TV

  16. thank you, we all can learn with these videos.

  17. Best video ever! I like it!

  18. Great video. Was it a pitching wedge or sand wedge?