Titleist Tips | Golf Chip Shot: Minimum Air Time, Maximum Ground Time

In this video Titleist Staff Member Skip Guss, owner of GolfRite in Southborough, Massachusetts, explains that there’s much more to the short game than executing a given shot. In Skip’s approach, execution is just one step among five in a greater process that is guided by five key words:


Most amateurs jump right to the execution phase when they play a short wedge shot, but dedicating yourself to all five disciplines is the key to real improvement.

In Part One of his three-part series, Skip demonstrates the chip shot, a wedge shot that flies minimally and rolls the majority of the way to the hole. Use Skip’s keys to visualize the trajectory of this stock short game shot and see how keeping the toe from passing the heel of your wedge will help you to get the ball up and down more frequently.

For more tips and drills from Skip and other Titleist Staff Members, visit Titleist Instruction: https://bit.ly/2W4QkIR

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