Improve Your Chip Shot This Way Part 2
Last week I showed you a way in which you can get more consistency with your chip shots.
I’m going to show you the back angle of that today so that you know exactly what you need to do.
In a previous video you would have seen me talking about creating consistency with you chip shot and that’s what we are going to do today. You would have seen the angle that I showed you from the centre of the left leg forward and we created a lot of stability in that shot.
What I’m going to now show you the actual back angle of it.
What we want to do here with regards to setting our position up is to have our left foot forward just like my demonstration in last week’s video.
If you haven’t seen it, make sure you check that out because it will be beneficial for today’s tip as well.
When you set your left foot forward I want you to sit your right foot back and what actually happens is that your heel is actually off the ground.
Your right heel is going to be off the ground and your toes on your right foot are actually going to be in line with your back heel. The ball needs to be in line with the left foot.
Again we keep that nice stability and we just swing back, through, hold.
When we finish the shot we just hold the position. We don’t want it to flick up or have a look, we just want to maintain that feel. That’s the other part of chipping more consistently.
I want you to practice this type of stuff out here on a practice tee or something like that. Don’t go up onto a green and try and put it all together. Go and get the feel for it first because you need to make sure you are getting the feel for technique and then you go and work on actually going to produce shots on the green and also aiming at the hole.
Have an absolutely awesome day, take care, and remember; tee it high and let it fly.
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