4 Chipping Tips To Improve Your Short Game





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Chipping golf shots begins with precision starts with visualization.

Short shots taken around the greens, chips are typically produced using golf clubs ranging from sand wedges to a 5-iron. Getting the ball rolling as soon as possible on the green serves as the chief goal behind chipping.

Most golfers seek the momentum of a putt shot in order to gauge how far their ball will travel. Applying chip shots to our short game golf strategy provides countless benefits, acting as an invaluable tool during clutch situations on the course.

While visualizing chip shots, choosing where you wish the ball to land acts as the first target. When able, golfers should aim to land their ball on the putting surface, where their next shot will benefit from the flatter surface near the hole.

Golfers should use all of their efforts to avoid sloped, uneven rough patches around the green for obvious reasons.

Being able to visualize your chip shot before swinging the club helps the overall result, especially when seeking to land within range on the putting surface.

If your ball sits in longer grass, you should choose a golf club with an increased level of loft, regardless of your proximity to the hole. Taking shots in areas of the golf course with longer grass impacts our swings, causing the golfer to swing longer than usual. In order to get through longer patches of grass on the golf course, our ball must be hit higher than usual.

Narrowing our golf stance with a foot between each heel will assist in opening up our chip shot. Opening our shoulders towards the target provides an added benefit when shooting for the putting surface of the green.

When hitting chips, golfers must distribute 80% of their body weight to their left side. While moving our hands ahead of the golf ball, we’re creating the perfect environment for a downward strike, which will ensure our impacts are solid.

Placing our golf ball a couple inches left of the big toe on our right foot creates the ideal position to achieve a great chip shot.

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