Golf Training - Chipping faults
Updated: Mar 20
When chipping, it is easy to become confused about getting the club head to the ball.
If you are chunking or thinning your chips, the first thing you should do is monitor how much you are moving the handle end of the golf club.
Most bad chipping is caused by accelerating the hands and arms and leaving the clubhead behind, which is caused by moving the handle end of the golf club too much.
When the clubhead is left behind, it can't reach the ball, and so you will often see players dipping their knees down to get to it, which ruins the rotation of the body and the aligning of the clubhead through impact.
For anyone with chipping horrors I recommend you take a look at the orange whip wedge the result of the collaboration between the developer of the Orange Whip, Jim Heckenberg and world-renowned short game expert Stan Utley.
The Wedge will teach you to swing the head instead of pulling the handle at the ball.
The wedge combines the Orange Whip counterweighted flexible shaft system with a Stan Utley inspired wedge head to help you maximize your short game around the greens and lower your scores.
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Trains solid contact for improved distance and accuracy
Develops sequencing of body, arms and club head release
Enhances creativity and feel for shots around the green
Helps you understand how to conquer the yips