Chip and Run

John addressing the ball for a chip and run. The Golfing Machine Basic Motion (12-5-1 Page 228, 7th Edition)A chip is a stroke played from up to 25 metres of the green. The aim of the chip is to get the ball close enough to the hole so that your next shot is a simple tap-in with the putter.

A chip is a stroke played from up to 25 metres of the green. The aim of the chip is to get the ball close enough to the hole so that your next shot is a simple tap-in with the putter

.Good chipping can save you at least half a dozen strokes per round. With regular practice you will fing that your chipping will improve dramatically.

The chip is a short shot you play with any iron from a 5 iron to sand iron depending on the length of the shot and the obstacles that you need to clear.

 

Start-Up (8-4)        

Start-Up (8-4).

The Left Arm starts the club back with zero weight shift and zero body movement.

Follow-Through Position (8-11) . Both Arms straight, Left Wrist Flat

 

Follow-Through Position (8-11)

First time both Arms are straight. The left Wrist is Flat, Uncocked 

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