Chipping

Chipping or Pitching?

By at May 17, 2013 | 6:58 pm | 19 Comments

Paul Wilson

In this tip I explain when to chip and when to pitch. Using the correct ratios you will be able to tell exactly what club to hit in what situation. So get to work on memorizing those ratios! Related Videos The Correct Chipping Technique Dial In Your Chipping – Learn the Ratios . ——————————————————————————-. Other […]

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How To Practice Your Chipping

By at May 3, 2013 | 12:00 pm | 10 Comments

Paul Wilson

In this tip I teach you how to practice my chipping technique. If you can spend a little time practicing you will be able to consistently get the ball close and lower your scores. Chipping Video 1 Learn The Correct Chipping Technique Chipping Video 2 Dial In Your Chipping – Learn the Ratios . ——————————————————————————-. […]

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Learn The Correct Chipping Technique

By at April 26, 2013 | 12:01 pm | 28 Comments

Paul Wilson

In this tip I explain the correct chipping technique.  Once you learn how to chip this way you will be guaranteed a descending blow as the club hits the ball which will make for solid contact.  Once you learn the technique you simply change clubs to make the ball roll different distances.  To understand what […]

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Dial In Your Chipping – Learn the Ratios

By at April 26, 2013 | 12:00 pm | 7 Comments

Paul Wilson

In this tip I go through the various ratios you should learn to be able to dial in your chipping.  By learning the ratios, you will be able to learn one chipping stroke then by simply changing clubs you can produce different shots.  This technique takes all the guess work out of chipping around the […]

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Learn How To Dial In Your Chipping

By at January 27, 2013 | 8:21 pm | 6 Comments

Paul Wilson

In this tip I show you a very specific chipping ratio which, if followed, will tell you exactly what club you should be using to chip with. This is very important because it eliminates the guess-work in your chip shots. If you have trouble remembering this simply write it down and take it to the […]

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How To Get the Proper Chipping Trajectory

By at June 21, 2012 | 1:31 am | 12 Comments

Paul Wilson

In this tip I show you a way to get the proper chipping trajectory.  This is very important because hitting the ball too low when chipping will cause your shots to run too far.  If your shots are too high you will keep leaving them short.  Once you watch this tip make sure you set […]

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How To Practice Chipping Before You Play

By at June 18, 2012 | 3:28 am | 0 Comment

Paul Wilson

In this tip I show you a way to practice your chipping before you play. By practicing this way, it gives you a feel for different shots and situations with different clubs instead of hitting the wrong shots to the wrong holes. . ——————————————————————————-. Other Services: . Golf Lessons- More Information Golf Schools- More Information […]

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How To Develop A Consistent Chipping Stroke

By at June 18, 2012 | 12:52 am | 6 Comments

Paul Wilson

In this tip I show you how to develop a consistent chipping stroke.  Whenever I watch average players chip the ball I see some chips end up short, others at the target and still others end up too long.  In order to master the correct chipping technique you need to do the same stroke each […]

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Another Way To Stop Scooping Chip Shots

By at June 16, 2012 | 12:38 am | 1 Comments

Paul Wilson

In this tip I show you another way to stop scooping your chip shots.  This is usually my last resort to get someone to feel the correct action of a chip shot.  This drill will take a friend but it is highly effective because it is impossible to scoop it if you do this drill.  […]

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How To Stop Scooping Your Chip Shots

By at June 14, 2012 | 11:57 pm | 3 Comments

Paul Wilson

In this tip I show you a way to stop scooping your chips.  Scooping is a big problem for a lot of people when chipping.  If you scoop, you run the risk of hitting your chips thin over the even flubbing them only a couple of feet which is going to cost you shots.  This […]

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