Hitting the perfect chip
Hi all, I hope you all enjoyed my putting article and seen some improvements, this week’s blog is on saving some shots from just off the green, there are many characteristics to a good chipper and I’ll go through a couple.
Contact on chipping is the first part of the equation of every chip, without good consistent contact it can be very hard to pick shots how you wish them to fly and roll out here are some keys in preparation that will help you next time your faced with an awkward little chip. Weight slightly on the lead side: Having weight slightly on the lead side helps with getting the desired bottom of arc being in front of golf ball. If you look at the picture below you will see that his spine angle (the yellow dotted line) is more straight up and down than the one on the left is which is leaning away also note that the stance is very small and the ball position is in the middle this is ideal for your standard chip.
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