This is always the option when you’ve got a lot of green to work with and you’re only a metre or two away from the green. What I’ll do is pull my eight-iron out of the bag and the majority of the time it’s my go-to club for the bump and run. There are occasions when I use a seven- or nine-iron, but the eight is my preferred choice. Obviously, if it’s a bit further away from the green I sometimes use my six-iron. The way I play the shot is basically the same as when I’m making a putt. I use the same putting grip and play the same stroke, just a shoulder thing. There are no hands in it. I do it a little bit off the toe of the club, right at the end of it. My hands are pressed a bit forward, just to release the ball and you carry on with the putting stroke. If it gets on to the green the ball normally releases nicely, and it is really effective when trying to control the distance.