- There are two different kinds of chip shots that are used around the green. You have a regular chip and a putt chip. A chip shot is described as a shot that spends more time on the ground than it does in the air. This makes a chip shot a very low risk shot.
- The Key Fundamentals of a chip shot are (Grip, Posture, Ball Position, and Alignment.)
- Your weight should be forward pressed on your lead foot. Around 70% lead leg and 30 % back leg. Bring your back leg forward closer to your lead leg. Your stance needs to be narrow.
- Grip the shaft lower down the grip (Choke up). Hands slightly forward pressed in front of your belt buckle
- Take a short backswing and finish low on the follow through. This will help create a low and flush ball flight coming off the clubface.
- Your left hand after contact should be flat facing the target.
- Create the 3 Triangles with your body and club.