Best Technique For Golf Chipping-reducing your scores


Are you still bothered by chipping? Becoming a better golfer and lowering your score will become easier when you master the correct chipping technique.

If you can chip better, you won't be as preoccupied with needing to hit the green in regulation because you can rely on the chip to save any missed greens. You will then put less pressure on the putter, and your putting will also improve. This will be more likely to improve your iron play as it will free up your golf swing so that you can hit better golf shots into the green. By following the instructions in this tip, your chipping technique can be made accessible.

Everyone talks about various techniques, but the core of all the so-called best chipping techniques says one thing - the best way to get better at chipping is to ensure the set-up is consistent and correct.


Best Tips For Golf Chipping

  • Reduce the power: Are you unable to control the power you can generate with your swing when setting up for the cut? Adjusting your stance is an excellent way to reduce your power. We need a much narrower stance than usual. The goal is to have about a foot and a half between your feet when standing. This will reduce your swing's power, which is needed for this short game.

  • A slightly downward grip on the golf club to gain more control will help reduce club head speed.

  • Ball placement: The ball is crucial. Placing it in the middle to slightly forward. The main reason behind this is to give us a similar lean when returning to the hitting area. If the ball is positioned too far back, the golfer will be tempted to dig for the golf ball and risk leaning backward, away from the target.

  • Body weight distribution is skewed towards the front foot, accounting for approximately 55-60%. Maintaining this forward weight distribution throughout the stroke is essential to ensure good contact and a slightly downward blow into the golf ball.

  • Ensure that the backswing and follow-through are more or less the exact lengths on both sides. Doing this will help in judging the distance control of your chipping technique.

  • Reduce your wrist action to help reduce the chance of flicking or shoving the ball during the chipping stroke. A small amount of wrist hinge will and should occur during the backswing, but ideally you should reduce wrist action when coming to hit the ball and aim for no wrist action after the shot. After the shot, the forearm and club should remain in line with each other.