Hey, Quite The Chap here for GolfersRX. Chili-dipping, I mean chunking. No, whiffing, geez, nope, chipping, and how to avoid the other stuff I just said…in today’s video.
Better Chipping ain’t easy. But getting better doesn’t have to be complicated. Often we pick a spot to land the ball. Followed by making a short swing. Then we let the club do all the work…sometimes. And we execute…sometimes.
Sometimes we chuck it. Other times we skull it. But if we use a sharpie, we can do better chipping with a little visualization.
I forget where I saw this tip, but I think it’s a great visualization tool.
- Take a sharpie,
- Mark the bottom groove on a wedge,
- Line up to the ball,
- When you make your swing imagine sliding the marked groove under the ball.
This mark is a visualization cue
- Don’t try and lift the ball,
- It’s not about hitting the ball,
- Visualize and imagine sliding the marked groove under the ball,
- The club will do the rest.
If we’re all about making things simple on this site, it doesn’t get much simpler than this. Take that leading edge and slide it under the ball. That’s it. The club will do the rest.
Until next time, please keep it simple.
Why subscribe to GolfersRx?
Here is another golf drill, a how-to video from Quite the Chap to help you hit Crisp Chip Shots. —just one of the many golf instruction videos we have at GolfersRx.com.
GolfersRx.com is a team of golf experts who share your love and passion for the game of golf. We share in your enthusiasm to play better, similarly your frustrations when things aren’t going as planned.
The site brings together some of the best and brightest minds in all facets of the game of golf. GolfersRx will help you master your swing, your putting stroke, your fitness, your short game, your mental focus and attitude, your health, and every other challenge you face on the course. Above all, we can help with golf tips and golf drills to lower your golf score.
Our experts have affected the lives of tens of thousands of golfers over the years, and they are now achieving lower scores, out-driving their peers, playing injury-free, and enjoying the game more than they ever thought they could.
Here they are and along with their focus.
Quite the Chap (Colby Johannson) Golf Instruction videos and lessons to think smarter about golf.
Golf Labs (Gene Parente) master your golf swing sequence, mechanics, and technique.
Mr. Short Game (Matt Fisher) Chipping, Pitching, and Putting tips and drills around the green.
Golf Yogi (Mark Williamson) Stretches for flexibility and overall golf fitness.
You must realize there is some work involved. GolfersRx.com may teach you a new thought process or a new swing technique. In addition, you will need to practice it.
You MUST be okay with trying some fresh, new techniques or embracing a new way of looking at some age-old problems. If so, GolfersRx.com is most likely for you.
In conclusion, check out our (other) social media pages.