Never Duff a Chip Again | Simple Golf Drills

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Never Duff a Chip Again | Simple Golf Drills

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  1. The best chipping advice I ever got was to simply use the putting motion with various clubs to control distance. The motion stays the same for every club but the loft of the club determines the distance. From 7 iron all the way down to your wedges. You have to go with what feels right for you. For me, the less I have to think about the better I chip. Great video Clay. Thanks for sharing.
    Kevin O’Rourke

    1. Thanks! Yes, it just depends on what kind of shot you’re trying to hit. If you’re trying to hit a spinner then you don’t really want to use the bounce much. It can help to use the bounce on normal shots because it will help you not to dig the club. You just won’t get a lot of spin because the club face will get some moisture and grass between the ball. Play well! Quentin | TSG Instructor

  2. The putt chip is the one I’d like to master but can’t. Generally strike them thin regardless of ball position, shaft lean and weight distribution. On longer chips I have no problem with contact. Guess I’m just too wristy on the short ones even with Runyans grip.

    1. Did you try lifting the heel off the ground like in the video? I find that makes the putting motion & flight of the ball more consistent when chipping from inside 30ft. Judging where to land the ball is the hard part!

    2. @Dixy Normous Yes, I think I’ve tried just about everything but I’m practicing on tight lies which does increase the difficulty. Everyday is a new technique at the moment. The putt chip looks so easy when it’s done well.

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