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How To Chip & Simplify Your Short Game With Tony Luczak

Visualization is a big part of chipping. Try to see the shot in your mind’s eye before you hit the ball. Then, be as exact as you can with your target. You can’t be too precise.

Making a simple, sound chipping technique is absolutely critical to hitting solid chip shots, however most golfers over complicate the short game and this simple chipping lesson will help you to make solid contact with the golf ball.

Play your best golf and make sure you are getting up and down with this great chipping video. Learn how to control your chip and run shots to keep your golf scores low.

Picking the right club is important for this task too. If you don’t have much green to work with you need a more lofted club (one with a face that’s severely angled back from vertical), such as a sand wedge, so that the ball doesn’t run too far. If you have 40 feet or more then try the same feel but with a different club like an 8 iron. This will keep your chipping game simple and effective. Just like Harvey Penick suggested, bump and roll is key to lower scores. Getting the ball rolling more than sailing through the air is key

However when your lie is in longer grass, you need to use a more lofted club and make a longer swing, no matter where the hole is. You need to get the ball high enough to escape the longer rough. If the ball is lying “down” you have to go to more loft and move the ball back a little in your stance — closer to your right foot — to make the shot work.

Apply those principles to the common sense approach Tony Luczak shares on how to chip and your scores will be lower for sure.

Play your best golf and make sure you are getting up and down with this great chipping video. Learn how to control your chip and run shots to keep your golf scores low.

This video is all about how to hit solid chip shots around the green that ensures you are more consistent.

If you’re someone that struggles to make a solid, consistent contact when chipping around the green you find you hit a lot of chips fat or thin then there’s a good chance you suffer from over thinking the chipping technique and that results in a lot of inconsistencies.