DIY Chipping Area

My practice areas are growing! It is exciting to move my golf training outside with the weather improving and it was just announced that golf courses in Ontario will likely be opening soon. So, expanding my practice areas seems to be happening at the perfect time. It is nothing special, but anytime I can hit golf balls outside is always a good thing!

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Using a Sand Wedge to Chip

I could offer many different options for chipping with a sand wedge. Unfortunately, my view might not fit your game and I would hate send you down the rabbit hole. However, as with all wedges, it is important to know the distance you feel most comfortable when chipping. I know my distances, do you know yours?

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Chipping In For Par

We all talk about our amazing exploits of chipping in for eagle or birdie. But, rarely do we discuss chipping in for par and saving strokes. It seems that the moment is fleeting and we forget it almost as fast as we watching the ball drop in the hole. Personally, I think this type of par is amazing and can change our fortunes on the golf course. It is definitely a ‘turning point’ in a round.

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Old School Chipping Tips Still Work

With the continuous evolution of golf equipment many players are probably wondering if the old school tips still work. Has the golf swing changed or are the new innovations just building on what worked all along. In the case of chipping, the touted wrist lock is still relevant and I recommend you if you do not use it if you are not already doing so.

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