Fine Tune Your Chipping Stroke February 27, 2013March 28, 2017 James ChippingOld. Post navigation Train Your TakeawayDon’t Lose Your Feel 15 thoughts on “Fine Tune Your Chipping Stroke” would my 56 degree sand wedge be the club to use for this drill? Reply Terry–You could! However I would recommend getting my DVD (Short-Game Performance) to gain a better understanding of what clubs to us around the green. I designed a bullet proof ratio system that teaches you exactly what club to use around the green. Reply He Shawn Great tip! However, you set it up for a very short distance and a hop. What about longer distances? How long a chip would you practice with this? Thnaks Davidw Reply David, Same setup! I would recommend getting my DVD (Short-Game Performance) to understand the ratio system I designed to determine what club to use around the green. Reply Thank you Shawn. I mis wrote. By setup I meant the two tour sticks. Do you use the same setup of the sticks at the same width with longer shots? When I exercised short chips like the one you shows it worked great. But with larger chips I found that I needed to widen the distance between the sticks. Should I? Reply David–for any chip shot. If it becomes a pitch shot the club begins to arc. So you would not use this drill. Reply Hi Shawn : I am having trouble with my chipping love the training video , but I see golfer using just their wrist when chipping, am I missing something what is the difference. I learn lots from your videos THANK you. BUD Reply Bud–there always has to be some hinge in the wrists to develop feel and a sharp short-game. Reply Why aren’t your feet set up correctly……are they suppose to be parallel?? Reply Steve–not sure what you are referring to. The Feet / toes are parallel to the tour-stick. Reply This question is related to the hump day putting tip you posted on 1/23/20013! How do the fingers of the right hand interact with the index finger of the left hand. In other words, what does the left side of the grip with both hands in place look like? Reply Jim–the left index finger extends or overlaps on the right hand. Call a reverse over-lap grip. Reply Was wondering if you were going to make the SH Golf app for Android any time soon. Reply At what distance from the landing zone should you go from “chipping” to “pitching”? Chipping harder with various clubs gets inconsistent results. Reply Harry–this is determined by the ratio process. I have that on DVD “Short Game Precision” and this will give you all the measurements you need to understand the shot as well giving you the confidence to commit to the shot. Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.