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This video looks at the short game basics for chipping. You will learn the set up for chipping, the basic short game technique as well as some of the common faults I see that lead to thin and chunk shots.
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Mark Schroder says:

Hi Danny … thanks for this lesson. It explains why sometimes I get it right … and often get it wrong. Keep up the great tips

Raza Khan says:

Awesome content as usual Danny!!!

Bill Shaw says:

Thanks Danny I found these tips really clear and most importantly easy to follow.

Frank Burns says:

Very informative as usual and easy to follow Danny do have a video on gaining height with fairway woods I seem to hit the ball clean but with little height thanks for any help

mick19421 says:

HiDanny, pretty inconsistent, been concentrating on chipping at last seems to be working, your last two on chipping and pitching have been really useful, then going to concentrate on Driver, tried many things just haven’t found that Eureka tip that works for me.

Cristiano A says:

Your videos are so knowledgeable and you explain golf so well. Would love to see a video on the release of the club during impact.

One question, in your older video on power you mentioned to focus on the torso muscles, which is very interesting. Do you ever focus on the hands at all during the downswing?

Thank you

Captain Ron says:

Interesting video. I've been using a similar technique for the last three years with considerable success. But I'm not sure that I understand your explanation of how one's shoulders play a role. My key swing thought is that the hands, wrists, arms and shoulders play no active role in the swing. Instead, I envision the swing as a rotation around my "core". That is, the hands, wrists, arms and shoulders simply follow the core rotation. Watching your swing, it looks to me that's what you are in fact doing. And thanks for posting.

Mike Cornish says:

Enjoyed the video.Is the grip the same as for a normal shot?

GT interactive says:

Great explanation again – so simple. Like very much how you set it up didactically incl. the conclusion at the end.

mick19421 says:

This slots nicely in with your video the Difference between chipping and pitching. I think your a natural born teacher. Great work.

Jorge Dickinson says:

Hi Danny, another great video, my problem is always which club to use. Chip or Pitch, as a high handicapper I tend to use a 7 iron as it reduces the risk of 'thinning' my wedge. Your video has reminded me about pace of swing as well as rhythm. Good shout!

Foomba says:

I have not tried it yet but I'm thankful you did not try to convince me that my chipping woes were because I was trying to lift the ball. For someone that has always been a poor chipper your advice makes allot of sense.

Mike Jarrett says:

Went up for a few holes this evening and tried this method. Thanks it worked a treat, my set up was all wrong as described !

Discus Me says:

Crystal clear!

Keith Dennis says:

How do I avoid the double hit?
Thanks Danny.

keith raine says:

Great vid mate massive tips, cheers

Julian Roberts says:

I love how you go into great detail on all of the faults that can occur whenever you are talking about a given subject. It helps ordinary golfers such as me relate to what you are teaching and it sets you apart from all the rest. I always seem to find a fault that i have which then helps me eradicate it. Thankyou as always a great video

Johnny Jaquet says:

Geweldige video, super bedankt, Thanks.

Tam Black says:

Very timely, been struggling with this shot. Thanks Danny 👍🏻

Paul Mingay says:

Outstanding tips , feel that's where I need to improve hugely , thanks , keep up the good work !

Patrick Anlauf says:

Great video. It appears that the golf club is set up with a lean and setting of the wrists or cocked instead of a vertical shaft position.

Doug Hirsch says:

I just tried this in my house with practice foam balls and I’m now a pro chipper all of the sudden. Great breakdown Danny. Keep the videos coming. One thing I couldn’t find from you was a video on the proper grip. I’ve looked for other videos but no one has a detailed and up close one. Can you make one please as I’m sure you’ll break it down better than anyone out there.

christopher choudhry says:

Danny, what clubs do you use on these shots.

Fieldy S'Nuts says:

Is it me or does the green look like it slants the complete opposite of the break??

Luke H says:

Great tips Danny Thanks

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