Top Chipping Drill


The key to consistent results when chipping is a gradual acceleration into the back of the ball.

When the golfer takes the club away too quickly, it’s only natural for the club to decelerate as it comes back to the ball. This will often lead to fat and thin chip shots and an almost certain bogey!

A great drill to stop this from happening is to roll a second ball away as you take the club back, as TG Elite Teaching Pro Lee Scarbrow explains in this golf video tip.


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