Chipping Vs Pitching | Complete Guide

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Chipping Vs Pitching Complete Guide

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Clay Ballard

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19 thoughts on “Chipping Vs Pitching | Complete Guide

  1. Hi Coach Clay, thank your show for short game club. Another question is about distance. How could we consistently control the fly distance in pitch with 56, or pitching wedge?

    1. Hi, I recommend something called the clock system. Imagine your hands are hands on a clock. Do some testing to see how far you hit the ball with the hands at the 7, 8, 9 and 10 o’clock positions. Use these positions to control your distance. Play well! Quentin | TSG Instructor

  2. play I like your videos I watched over a hundred videos of different people and I am so mixed up people to say to do this do that do this do that in they ain’t none of them the same it is a mess

    1. Thanks! Everyone is going to have a different philosophy. It doesn’t mean one person is right and everyone else is wrong. There are lots of ways to do it. I would recommend following one and see if that fits the way you like. If it doesn’t then try someone else’s philosophy. I wouldn’t recommend taking pieces from different philosophies because they may not fit together and it can get frustrating. Play well! Quentin | TSG Instructor

    1. Top Speed Golf – Clay Ballard I was wondering what you would say the optimal landing angle is with your irons? And would this number be affected by other things such as backspin? Thanks for the great videos.

  3. Clay, you are making quarantine bearable. Thanks for all these great videos. Now, how the hell do I get out of a crap greenside bunker with no sand? I lose at least 3 strokes on that shot.

  4. Just love your videos! Very good easy to follow instruction. I haven’t been able to master that fade yet though, but still working it. Thanks

  5. Really like your videos Clay. And for these 20-30 yard shots I don’t care what you call them, but for me the difference between a chip and a pitch is measured by how much time in the air and how much roll out! Looks like you’re carrying most of the way in the air, minimum roll, and some spin…sounds like a pitch to me.

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