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Michael Breed gives simple chipping techniques for better short game play. Watch the Golf Fix Mondays at 7 p.m. ET on Golf Channel. For more help with your g…
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  • dario62589 5 years ago

    Yeah, watch the related video “Chipping Vs. Pitching” much better advice

  • James Hayes 5 years ago

    wtf am i sensing sarcasm here

  • joru100 5 years ago

    In Screen we trust.

  • 0ucantstopme0 5 years ago

    FROM WHAT I UNDERSTAND, there are chips, pitches and flops. His swing here looked indicative of a pitch not a chip (e.g., wrist break on backswing). Notice how the ball got about 4 to 5 ft off the ground. Am I missing something or just being anal?

  • Matthew Muro 5 years ago

    Why aren’t you pro? You have everything it takes.

  • HowWeRollMUSIC 5 years ago

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  • HowWeRollMUSIC 5 years ago

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  • David Simms 5 years ago

    Ok, now this makes sense to me, so much so that I’m about to go outside in a thunderstorm in the dark and practice! Keep it close to the ground…I always have trouble because of my downward attack angle (like I’m playing a 6-iron out of the rough from 180 yards). Man, Michael you’re awesome brother. I’ve gone from a 125 down to a 104, and I’ll be in the 90s here in a few more weeks.

  • eckhardt092 5 years ago

    that screen is awesome

  • David Schultz 5 years ago

    that’s how i taught myself to do it as well. just pretend the chipping club is a putter and make the same stroke. let the clubhead do the work.

    i can do both styles, but the more arm driven style works for me. when i do it right (ie no deceleration), my pivot and follow through feel great and i really feel a nice subtle turn through with my legs.

  • chittychad18 5 years ago

    My instructor said make a straight back straight forward putting stroke ( it works too, I’ve chipped in many times)