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Chipping around the green, are you using the old method or the new. This golf video focuses on the short chip shots around the green. You know the little short chip shots from tight lies that can often lead to nerves and anxiety for golfers.

You will learn an easy short chipping technique and a couple of golf drills that will help you chip the golf ball closer much more consistently.

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Liz Galvano Harshbarger says:

Phil Galvano's "Secrets of Accurate Putting and Chipping", pioneered this in 1953.

Alan Jay says:

I have tremendous problems chipping. I like this demonstration. It seems simple and I'm going to give it a try.

Irwan Kamarga says:

Well explained and club under the arm is the key , i will start the drill today ???? thank you Dan

Mike Bentley says:

Hi Danny I was just wondering on your drives and irons say up to 9 iron, should the speed of your swing be the same or faster for the driver? Hope you can make this a clearer for me many thanks Mike.

fradaja says:

Feet together no wrist sweep it , nothing new here

fradaja says:

No wrists sweep it

Patrick Grantz says:

So if we’re striking behind the ball can we compare this to a bunker shot?

Tim Arnold says:

Hi Danny, I am returning to golf after a 25 plus year lay off and getting to grips with all the old v new ideas and kit. My word, how things have changed. The trouble is my brain still thinks I am still a 10 handicap but my body acts like a 30 plus! I really appreciate the easy swing methods and love the way you explain and demonstrate the exercises. Simple but effective.

Still Ill says:

Would you use a pretty similar technique with a 56 degree, for a shot with mid height from 25 yards?

Still Ill says:

I really learn from your short game videos. Thanks!

Eric Bell says:

What club are you using?

Jeff Boothman says:

A good player told me to break my wrists on the backswing when chipping while it’s consistent for him didn’t work for me. Thoughts?

Tim Kreamer says:

Thats my kind of lie right there. Thanks for the help

P McKay says:

Hmmmm, so why do we want shaft lean in the full swing??

joe bixby says:

Danny, new to the channel. very thoughtful video. Good content. Do you agree the "old way" also includes the use of a 7 iron with a shot like that. I was glad that you were using a 9. Often times I see players using 60 degrees on these shots today. I really have no idea how they do it and get the ball to come out low. When I attempt that shot it simply pops up and falls short? What is your thought and advice on the use of a pitching iron around the green for a shot that is a traditionally a flat run at the hole? Thanks

Jeff Squires says:

Thanks again! You are a great instructor. I am glad I found you, you have helped me in many areas of the game.

Paul Herrington says:

Nice on short cut grass, but what about when it's rough and the grass is going to turn the club?

Kevin Sims says:

Putting video please.

Dominic Criscuolo says:

Great job! Does it ever get warm where you are?

Hogtaffy says:

Another guid yin (Scots for good one) Danny. As a beginner I used to chip using your "new way", then I got taught the "hands ahead of the ball" method. I played more accurately years ago back then with your new way than I do now. Tomorrow I have a special competition with friends, guess which method I'll use! Thanks Danny a great tip.

Chuck Lilley says:

Very worthwhile video. Drill with club (9-iron in video)under the left armpit effectively reinforces this around the green chipping movement….setup and sweeping ball contact are more like a long putt than the historical weight forward/ball towards back foot setup and downward strike chipping method. Seve Ballesteros, the short game Maestro, is referenced as utilizing the same method. Believe Raymond Floyd, another of Golf’s we’ll-respected chippers, also thought of a chip as a putt.

1DCCX says:

Rhythm + speed = pressure = control.

1DCCX says:

It doesn’t matter, in my opinion, what technique you use as long as you keep something moving – right elbow, left shoulder, left hand, sternum. Which is another way of saying rhythm. As soon as rhythm breaks down the club passes the hands aka flips. I would say middle of the sole in the middle of the stance, swinging clubhead aka use the bounce has more margin for error to compensate for errors in rhythm. However, if you have rhythm you can dig the leading edge (least margin) all day and still hit great shots. And it’s a shot you need if you have a lot of green and a hazard behind, or wind. And translates to hitting the low trajectory, high spinning drawing pitch shot. So there is a place for it, if you have good rhythm.

But the use (or ‘allow’) the bounce style also enables you to hit the chip that stops dead. As in dead, not check-release: stone dead, off the bottom groove. Which you need for severe downslope. So there’s two
Chips you need in my opinion: cut-the-legs/slider and the trap chip.

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