Improve Your Short Game – Chipping

No one hits 100% of Greens in Regulations, so a solid short game including a strong chipping component can mean the difference between double bogey and par. Watch this video to learn how to get up and down more frequently and be the envy of your foursome.

Tagged with:
Posted in Golf Swing
11 comments on “Improve Your Short Game – Chipping
  1. Colm says:

    i really enjoyed listening and watching your video – such clear easy to follow instructions that just make me want to go practice … 2 things left one thing right! – got it !

    • CJ Goecks says:

      Glad to hear that this has given you clarity. CJ and myself always try to keep it simple.
      Keep up the good work and more power to ya.

      Bobby Wilson

  2. Duncan McKibbin says:

    Keeping the torso turning will, I think help me stop scuffing the shot & hitting behind the ball. Very annoying!

    • CJ Goecks says:

      Duncan McKibbin,
      It is great to know that you understand and that my friend is the key in teaching. Duncan, keeping the torso turning will also fine
      tune your short shots also. Check out CJ’s drill called the table top.
      Keep us informed on your progress!

      More power to ya,
      Bobby Wilson

      • Paul Brossier says:

        CJ, Thanks for the tip, after a little practice , I got up & down seven times yesterday, and really played well because of it. I missed the tip on pitching the ball, where can I find it?

        Paul Brossier

        • CJ Goecks says:

          Paul Brossier,
          Thanks Paul for the blog post and I am glad I was able to help you. All of my tips are in the insiders area, including everything that I have ever filmed and what Bobby has filmed. This is an area that both Bobby and I are very proud of. We have so much stuff that we are still currently transferring everything over to the insiders area.
          Keep em Long and Straight,

  3. John says:

    Very clear explanation of chipping fundamentals. Will be sure to employ these techniques in my game to hopefully improve my chips on the course. Thanks.

    • CJ Goecks says:

      I am glad you liked the video. Keep me informed on your progress and let me know if you have any questions.
      Keep em Long and Straight,

      • robert dalton says:

        hi gj i have no doubt you are a great teacher i have enjoyed your videos on golf,but i have been struggelingto do things normally as i had a major stroke in february last year,i hope to see your tips again as i think you really know your job.take care.bob

        • CJ Goecks says:

          I am so sorry to hear that buddy. Please keep me informed on your recovery.
          Keep em Long and Straight,

    • Allen says:

      What club are you using in the chipping video ?

Like us on Facebook