This video will help you improve your short shots around the putting green. Many golfers duff their chip shots and struggle to get distance control. In this weeks golf lesson you will learn a simple practice drill that will really help you improve your short game and chipping technique.

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  1. demonstrate a chip that is about 10 ft back from the green in 2nd cut with only about 10 ft. of green. Ball should be down in the rough.

  2. This is great advice. But what if you're chipping from higher grass? I often find myself to the right or left of the green in the thicker stuff.

  3. What degree bounce your wedge? Is it better using low bounce wedge than high bounce wedge on tight lie? On floppy lie, I don't have problem using bounce but on tight lie I hit a lot of thin and skull on tight lie. I need your advise please?

  4. Hi Danny, thanks for posting this. My short game was awful, almost to the point of me wanting to sell my clubs. Now every time I go the practice green I watch this video first and it has made a huge difference to my game. Yes I still hit the odd bad one but at least now I have confidence over the ball and that makes a massive difference!

  5. I haven't read all 600 plus comments so someone might have already mentioned this, but why not just putt this particular shot instead of chipping it. I would venture to guess that 90% of golfers would get this shot 90% closer by putting instead of chipping. The great Jack Nicklaus has even said as much and I heard he was pretty good!

  6. Great video Danny. Here in South Africa where I live we have been in lockdown since 26 March and no golf facilities have been open. I have a decent sized back garden so have been putting your chipping technique to good use. Maybe I'll surprise my mates with some killer chipping once the courses reopen!

  7. Saw this video a year ago and I've been chipping one handed ever since. Best lesson I've ever had was watching this video. Thanks Danny!

  8. Great help Danny. I too struggled adding the left hand back in until I figured out how INCREDIBLY light not only the left hand grips the club but ALSO THE RIGHT HAND. You briefly mention a light grip with the right and might emphasize it even more. I was trying to direct the clubhead too much until gripping so lightly I am barely keeping the club from sliiping from my hand. Thanks so much from the U.S.!

  9. How do you recommend hitting a pitch shot where you have a flier lie, thick grass or a hazard in front and the pin is cut close to the edge of the green? You have to hit it hard enough to pop it out of the grass and to reach the green. So how do you stop it and get it within 10 feet? I always end up 30 feet past the hole.

  10. I don't comment too often on videos.. but a little backstory is that I'm definitely working through a case of the yips here.. and one handed I hit perfect (but struggle with distance control and aim with it.. contact is perfect however). Every time the 2nd hand goes on.. every shot is thinned. I think I've spent the entire covid-19 lockdown outside practicing but I just can't get the confidence. Anyhow I'm still trying to practice but am super frustrated.. I'm hoping to look back at this comment in a months' time and respond after practicing every day.

  11. Just saw your catapult video today. That works for both irons and for the driver. There we do leave the lead hand in front before the release. So chipping is different than both irons and driver?

  12. This is me… I'm absolutely awful around the greens and began chipping one handed which helped massively. Soon as I put my left hand on, then it was (game over) so frustrating… It got to a point where now I don't even play no more.

  13. Hi Danny, another great video. My chipping area is quite small with a rockery to chip over. Have you got a video on how to do a flop type which would be like going over a bunker and getting it to stop quickly?

  14. Brilliant Danny so glad you decided to turn this into a vid lesson…. Totally liberating to see what you can do with one hand and instantly it liberated my mind from the tension chipping can sometimes cause me… Since this my consistency of strike has gone thru the roof ….You should really expand on this concept… Big game changer for me👍

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