A Chipping Solution For Poor Lies

A lie just off the green is not necessarily a good lie. This is especially true coming into a new season, when the soil is saturated with winter melt and the grass hasn't begun to grow yet. It’s also common to find these thin, soggy lies in greenside collection areas, after heavy rain storms create wash-out. Titleist staff member Jonathan Yarwood calls these conditions “dodgy lies” and if local rules don’t allow you to take relief, he has a solution that will keep your scorecard clean.