Golf Chipping Tips – How to Hit Crisp Chip Shots


Hey guys. Chuck Quinton here founder of https://rotaryswing.com with another 60 second golf tip. Today's golf tip is actually going to be on the short game and it's going to deal with chipping. Most golfers get into this chippy flippy stuff and they don't understand where it's coming from.

And it goes back down to the very first video I talked about in the 60 second tip series which is all about golf fundamentals and the first fundamental of the golf swing when it comes to rotary swing is this concept of pushing versus pulling. Pushing versus pulling is the most critical central concept that you need to understand about the golf swing because it dictates what happens with every movement that you do.

When you understand that this flipping motion that's causing you to chunk it and blade it and hit it way too far across the green when you're hitting chip shots is all due to you just pushing with your right wrist. All you need to think about is let's take that right wrist out of the equation for a second. And just move the left. Notice that my wrist stays really constant it doesn't naturally want to flip if I just keep this wrist nice relax rock my shoulders back and forth and just focus on shifting or just me chipping with this flat left wrist. Then all of a sudden chipping becomes really simple. It's when I add this right wrist in there that allows me to start flipping the club. So if you're not familiar with the push versus pull concept I want you to really take a look at this golf instruction bonus video.

Click the link in the description of the one you see on the screen now and it's going to help you understand not only was messing up your chipping but with messing up your golf swing as a whole. Make sure you like this video and click the link or excuse me leave a comment down in the comments below if there's a tip that you'd like to see from RotarySwing.com

Chuck Quinton

Chuck Quinton

is the founder of the RotarySwing Tour online golf instruction learning system. He played golf professionally for 5 years and has been teaching golf since 1995 and has worked with more than 300 playing professionals who have played on the PGA, Web.com and other major tours around the world.

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