AMAZING CHIPPING TECHNIQUE – SIMPLIFY YOUR CHIP SHOTS

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This video gives you an amazing chipping technique that will help you simplify they way you chip around the green. Too many golfers struggle to strike their chip shots and this video aims to make chipping much easier.

Whether you are a beginner or advanced golfer the basic chipping action should be simple and easy to learn.
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Comments

arif khan says:

I'm shanking my chips. Any advice?

Ian Miller says:

My takeaway from Danny is so simple. Less is more!!

Malcolm White says:

What golf club do you use

Ian Pentz says:

Thanks Danny, you getting my handicap down! That makes sense something I have a difficulty with as a 5 handicapper 58 years old, I draw or block the ball, whatever I do Im struggling to get the club on the outside to inside. I also tend to bump hips forward on the first movement, which might be causing it. Have you any videos getting the club from out to in, with keeping hands close to body, ie not coming over the top? Thanks so much!!

Ian Pentz says:

Great video, why do you splay the left foot out and not keep it square you didn’t mention

Jordan Stephenson says:

PXG irons.. Nice

Mike Joaquin says:

What wedge did he use in that chipping lesson? Very cool!👍🏻

Thomas Steiger says:

I am an avid searcher for golf instruction on YouTube. I just want to say that your tips and instruction are definitely some of the best there is. Keep up the good work and thanks foer all you help!

Deanna Jason says:

Thanks for the video. I noticed that when I stand upright and have the shaft vertical using my sand wedge, when the clubs rests on the ground at address it is on the toe. I am a 5'10" male. Watching your video, it appears at rest, your club rests on the ground more naturally. I have tried choking well down on the grip but still the club seems to rest too much on the toe. Am I using the wrong club? Your thoughts please.

Paul Malone says:

I either chip good or chunk it and even double hits . Is that the yips ? I feel like like my technique is good might be mental. Any advice? I’m a 5 handicap could be a two .

swisstrader says:

Very good instruction here. I’m a decent golfer but sadly, a horrific chipper. I tend to thin the ball on my chips and embarrassingly watch my ball scream across the green. I hate it and I’ve done a million things to try to fix it.

When the weather warms up (freezing northeast US weather sucks!), I will give this a go. Praying 🙏🙏🙏

Richard Dubin says:

It works especially if you don’t try to lift the shot by inclining shoulders

Airbus Pilot says:

Hi Danny, just one more question. When set up close to the ball standing tall, will you not be striking the ball toe down. Should we be hitting the ball just with the toe? The entire club head does not seem to be grounded. Thanks again from Naples Florida!

Airbus Pilot says:

Danny, Great video. Is the distance the ball goes the result of just gravity, or are you helping a bit? Thanks, I learn much from your work. From Naples, Florida

William Carione says:

I just recently got back into golfing again after about a 10 year hiatus. I have been really struggling with chipping and pitching. The few tips pointed out here have helped me immensely! I've already chipped a couple in and and have been able to get up and down, having an opportunity to save a stroke. Thanks Danny!

Fergal Twomey says:

These videos are very good, however I'm a bit confused, the technique recommended here (using bounce) for chipping is a bit different than the chipping technique discussed in your other video https://youtu.be/hkPGWsDbhs0 where you say to use more of the leading edge for chips as opposed to bounce for pitch shots.

JustJames says:

Really like your videos Danny, however you are a Pro with great skill levels. Would it not be more helpful to get a mid/high handicapper doing these drills for the camera so we can see the difference before and after your coaching. I watched a Pro play a 480 yd par 5 with a sand wedge. he deliberately bladed his tee shot and his second 170 – 180 yds then his third to about 40 – 50 yds and up and down for par, that's how good you guys are.

David Zoller says:

very helpful and corrects my set up. Do you recomend using the same club on all of your chips regardless of distance from pin and adjusting distance with the swing action?

sachin srivastava says:

amazing Video thank You

Colin Day says:

You use a 56 or a 52 yet the general teachings on chipping advise get the ball down as quick as possible .Surely the less degrees the lesser margin for error

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