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Aiming is critical in a really good chip shot!

Aiming is critical in a really good chip shot!

Aiming is critical in a really good chip shot!

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To hit a consistently good chip shot on the golf course, you have to do two things. First, select the correct club and aim the clubface correctly.  Easier said than done! Here, Piers Ward and Andy Proudman of Meandmygolf help you understand both things. Now all you have to do is go to the chipping green and work on this!

The shaft angle can make a big difference in your chipping.  The more shallow the shaft, the more the clubface will tend to aim to the left. So, get the shaft in a more upright position for better chipping.  And check the grip.  You want a neutral grip, meaning the palm of the lower hand and the back of the upper hand are facing the target.  Do these two things to really help our chipping!

Golf tip – Chipping it close. In this week’s Go Low PGA Professionals Piers Ward and Andy Proudman talk about set up and grip to help you improve your accuracy when chipping.

Source: Meandmygolf

Thanks for watching – Aiming is critical in a really good chip shot!

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