Video Description and Notes Today I’m going to talk about the difference between “running a chip” and “spinning a chip”. I will be using a 15-degree wedge to show you 2 different shots. The first shot is a spinning chip shot. This shot is used so it will land and stick to the destination instead of running away. The ball...

Video Summary and Notes Today I will talk about where your waist should be on a chip shot and what it means to use the bounce of the club head. Leave the weight on the left foot and try to maintain it as much as possible when doing a chip shot. Chipping uses a very small motion so shifting your weight is not...

Video Notes and Summary Today I’m going to talk about the very basic fundamentals of chipping which starts from the setup. For chipping, you have to stand narrowly, body slightly open and 5-10 degrees left to the target. The weight distribution should fall mostly on the left foot. Maintain 60% pressure and weight on...