Golf Chipping Tips

Golf Chipping Tips… learn secrets to improve your chipping

 
Today, we have some golf chipping tips from Jack Moorehouse, author of How To Break 80 And Shoot Like The Pros. Jack has helped thousands around the world with their golf games. Be sure to sign up his free weekly newsletter with the latest golf tips, golf lessons and golf instruction.

Following Jack`s advice, you will make those fat, stubbed or bladed chips a thing of the past.

The most aggravating thing in golf is to hit a good drive and a fairly good second shot but come a few feet short,long or wide and then make bogey. When it should have been a par! Let`s see if we can increase your percentage of times you make a par instead of another bogey!

The most important thing in chipping is to hit crisp chips every time. This method will help you to hit crisp chips every time!

Dead Hands Chipping Style

The secret to improving quickly is mastering the short game. Chipping is a vital component of the short game. So if you’re not blowing people away with your chipping, try using the “dead-hands” approach. The swing is simpler and easier to repeat. It encourages consistency. And the ball behaves the same on almost every shot – although it doesn’t stop as quickly as with the traditional style of chipping.

Here are 5 tips on using the dead-hands approach:

* Set your weight on front foot
* Lean the shaft forward a bit
* Use shoulders and forearms
* Drag the club through impact
* Keep hands and wrist quiet

The key with the dead-hands style is keeping your wrists quiet. With the traditional style, proficient chippers often hinge their wrists abruptly on the backswing to generate clubhead speed and backspin. But if you don’t practice or play a lot, it’s hard to develop consistency with this approach. Enter the dead-hands style.

First, take your normal address position, then set your weight forward. Lean the shaft forward slightly, so that your hands are just ahead of the ball. Now, using just your shoulders and forearms, “drag” the club through impact. All your hands do is hold onto the grip through contact and beyond. And don’t break your wrists.

The dead-hands style eliminates the sudden flick that weekend golfers often make when using the traditional approach to chipping. With this style, both the wrists and hands stay quiet.

You don’t have to wait until you`re on the practice green to try this approach. You can practice it in your backyard. And you can practice it during the winter. Chipping doesn’t involve a big swing and if you get proficient chipping over frozen turf, you’ll be dynamite when the whether warms up. Improving your short game is the fastest way of knocking strokes off your golf handicap, bar none.

Practice Jack`s simple golf chipping tips and they will surely lower your golf scores!

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Jack Moorehouse is the author of the best-selling book “How To Break 80 And Shoot Like The Pros“. He is NOT a golf pro, rather a working man that has helped thousands of golfers from all seven continents lower their handicap immediately. He has a free weekly newsletter with the latest golf tips, golf lessons and golf instruction.
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