Expert Chipping Tips EVERY Golfer Can Master





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One of the most valuable utility shots that a golfer can implement into their short game golf, chipping the ball can sometimes be a confusing endeavor for players beginning their journey into the sport.

There are several valuable chipping tips that golf pros and experts have regularly offered novice players, with the intentions of helping golfers improve their ability to chip the ball in a variety of situations on the course.

The vast majority of chipping in golf happens most often within close proximity to the green, just a handful of yards give or take.

Chipping the golf ball causes a momentary upward pop into the air, resulting in the ball falling to the ground with a bounce, using the remaining momentum to roll onward towards the hole.

Golfers specifically utilize chip shots in situations where they’re in need of avoiding poor conditions on the golf course, which can usually be comprised of fringe, rough patches on the green, which restrict a player from simply putting the ball into the hole.

Most commonly taken using a wedge, golfers play chip shots with the golf ball further back in their swing setup.

Often, novice golfers can become confused and mix together chip shots and pitch shots as both golf swing techniques result in sending the ball upward into the sky, in an effort to get within putting distance to the hole, taken from the green.

Chipping the ball typically only results in the golf ball becoming airborne for a brief period of time, seeing most of the distance in this shot gained from post flight rolling through the turf towards the hole.

Pitching the golf ball will see the shot take the ball much higher into the air, where most of the distance generates during airborne flight, with very little rolling onto the ground in comparison to a traditional chip shot.

Because chipping the ball travels further on the ground than in flight, these shots are usually taken much closer to the hole than a pitch shot would be executed.

Nearly all pitch shots are taken further from the hole, and can even be effective from 100+ yards out if the golfer has refined their short game technique to such a degree.

Nearly all experienced golfers have developed a consistent method to chipping the golf ball, which serves as a great utility in their overall short game strategy.

Many tour pros shorten their backswings when performing chip shots, as extended backswings often lead to a pronounced loss of control in distance and direction, which can often cause the intended chip shot to become a pitch, thus ruining the intended result.

While most players have become accustomed to cracking deep driver shots, determining how and where to shorten our backswing can sometimes be difficult to gauge.

Because of this, novice golfers and those who are seeking to improve their short game golf strategy with better chip shots should experiment with variances of power and speed during shortened backswings

The closer a golfer comes in proximity to the hole, the shorter their overall backswing should be, especially when seeking to compose and execute a chip shot.

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