Train Your Short Game Chipping December 26, 2012March 20, 2017 Shawn Chipping. Post navigation Don’t Rush PuttsKey to Solid Contact 26 thoughts on “Train Your Short Game Chipping” Your “up and down” drill is just what I need to improve my short game. I can’t wait to start practicing so I can whoop my brothers and BIL’s at our family reunion this comming June in N. Carolina. Reply Tim–that’s great to hear! Let us know how it how the reunion whipping pans out. Reply Great Drill! Thanks. Reply Barry–thank you and glad you like the drill. Reply the up n down drill is a great way to lower scores..so often I don’t focus on getting it close to the pin so I have a one putt…love your videos on “hump day”…hopefully this drill will lower my scores and make practice time more productive.. Reply Paulette–thank you! Your right its the best and easiest way to lower your scores. Reply Do you do download only rather than dvd as we in the UK incur taxes when ordering DVD’s from the US. Regards James Reply James–Due to proprietary and intellectual property rights our DVD’s are not offered to download. All of the other content that you received via video electronic links may be downloaded. Reply Where and when does your golf academy operate. I am interested in attending. Thank you Reply Robert–we operate our schools in the early spring in south Florida. Schools are very limited and I will only have time to do a couple this year. We will have the schedules posted in January. Reply Shawn, how about the same shot from the side of the mound back right?? Reply if you have the time it’s a great drill. to make it better put some money on it with a friend. the more pressure the better. Reply Gary–anything to put more pressure on yourself in training helps. Thanks! Reply The more repetitions one gets in a life like situation, the more successful they will become. This drill is real… I love the drill as you only get one chance to chip the ball when you are playing anyway.. Great training technique. Reply Mike–its all about training once you get technique. Thanks and enjoy. Reply This is a terrific exercise, simple but focussed on resolving the key objective of the game. This aspect ( chipping and getting up and down) is the worse part of my game and I look forward to having a go at it next practice session. I love your Hump Day tips. Reply David–thank you! Let me know how it works out for you. Reply Great drill. I love the simplicity to your coaching and instruction. Makes it so much easier for amateur golfers to understand. Reply Ric–thank you for the note. We have to keep things simple. Reply The videos are great. thanks a lot Steve Reply Steve–thanks for the kind words. Reply Shawn – I notice you use 2 different putters. (At least that I have seen) Do you concentrate on one when you’re playing? Which one do you prefer during a game with friends? Paul Reply I have just looked at your videos. And I am going to try work on them,But my biggest problem is my swing is not the same every time. What do you do for that? Reply Daniel, Consistency is accomplished by being able to replicate and duplicate something on a regular basis. The only way you can do this–you must have some sense of mastery in mastering the moves. And its important that you have a system to follow to have check points and solutions to go follow and refer back to. I recommend my Repeating Swing Blue Print DVD system. This will help you gain the consistency you are striving for. Check out my site at shawnhumphries.com Reply Shawn, I tried the drill and enjoyed the challenge of getting the chip up and down. My problem is not consistently stroking the chip the same, chunking, skulling, chili-dipping, etc. Do you recommend a drill to over these problems? Reply Alan–thank you for the note. You need to get your reps in. This take time and a ton of practice to be able to duplicate it. Once you are able to duplicate the stroke you will see a spike in your consistency. Keep training Alan. 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.