• 4:30

    There are two main components to controlling where your chip shots end up: distance and direction. When you’ve honed your technique and made sure your mechanics are such that you can consistently make solid contact and you know the flight path of your typical shot, you can start to work on your direction and distance

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  • 5:44

    Watch this video for great ways to improve and practice your chipping with these golf chipping drills, tips and techniques from PGA teacher, Suzy Whaley.

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  • Putting Games
    16:11

    Reliable short game skills are often the separator between the average amateur and a tournament favorite. The distance of your drives and the accuracy of your approach shots are wasted if you regularly falter around the green, and the best players know the key to a consistent short game is practice. There’s no secret method,

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  • Short Game Distance Control
    18:15

    For most amateur golfers, the place on the golf course that’s easiest to improve their average is not the tee, but rather much closer to the hole. The most important part of the course where amateurs should practice their game is actually the scoring zone. According to some PGA Professionals, hitting the ball farther off

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  • Getting Up and Down
    15:27

    Learn the key to getting up and down with your chips. PGA instructor Brian Manzella teaches you how to select the right club for distance control around the green. Discover how to use the Rule of 12 to calculate where to carry the ball and how much roll to expect. From PGA Instructor Charlie King,

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  • chipping tips
    13:52

    There are a number of variables that factor into the process of selecting a club for golf shots around the green. In order to decide on the right club and come up with a successful shot, you have to consider a few different things about your current situation, and then make the appropriate swing with

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  • Remedying Thin Chip Shots
    3:14

    Learn how to remedy thin chip shots. In this video PGA professional Tom Henderson demonstrates two ways to make sure you don’t hit a thin chip. He will show you how to improve your posture, stance and alignment to to make sure you hit your chips squarely. He also shows you the mistakes amateurs make when they do hit a thin chip. Lastly, you’ll learn how to chip with a 4 wood or 5 wood for the times you want to keep your chip on the ground and out of the air.

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  • Getting Up and Down Successfully
    2:53

    In this video you’ll learn how to get up and down effectively. PGA professional Tom Henderson shows you how to chip with a variety of clubs to help you get up and down. He’ll show you how to chip with an 8 iron, 6 iron, hybrid and putter. You’ll learn the ideal grip and stance for each club. By learning how to hit all of these clubs you’ll be able to determine which one you are most confident with to help you get up and down when the pressure is on.

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  • Check and Stop Chip Shot
    4:37

    In this video you will learn the check and stop chip shot. PGA professional Joe Hallett demonstrates the techniques you’ll need to hit chips that bounce once and stop quickly. He explains how the back swing of a chipping stroke is used to control height and the follow through is used to control roll. He shows you how to hit one of the most difficult shots in golf, the mid height chip that checks quickly. To hit this shot you’ll learn a secret the pros do with their wrists to get the ball to check and stop quickly.

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