Golf Chipping vs Pitching Drills – [3 KEY DIFFERENCES] to Improve Your Game!

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36 thoughts on “Golf Chipping vs Pitching Drills – [3 KEY DIFFERENCES] to Improve Your Game!

  1. Great video! I try and chip every chance I get. I will only pitch from 15-20 yards or more, I just like chipping better, I like keeping my shots low, for me its the safer option.

  2. Adam, with golfers reaching in the cup to retrieve their ball over and over through the course of a day, how much of an impact does them stepping close to the cup does it have on the way a putt will break right at the hole? As we all know sometimes your ball takes a odd turn near the cup. Thanks for the videos.

    1. Glad you like the videos. I’ve seen different opinions on that, but doubtless if the greens are soft there would be a bit of a donut effect as the day goes on.
      All the best, Adam

  3. Very thoughtful presentation of these concepts. It’s easy to get so bogged down in trying to perfect one’s technique that we can forget to question whether it’s even the right technique to use in a given situation. I personally will be going for more bump-and-run type shots in scenarios around the green in the future, if I can. You’re right, it’s the easiest degree of difficulty and presents the lowest risk in a lot of cases.

  4. I think Gary player once said… go high you’re in the sky… go low you’re in the dough! I love a bump and run. I’ll only play a flop as you suggest when behind a bunker or trees. If you thin a flop shot you’d be as well hitting a 3 wood how far it goes!

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