Chipping Technique Recap

If you need to work on your chipping, the off-season is as good a time as any to work on it.

It’s true– this past week we’ve covered simple technique builders that can help improve your full swing as well as your chips.

And the best part? You can practice them today–right now–in the warm comfort of your own home during the offseason.

And I have one more bonus for you today… check it out.

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Miss any of the previous lessons in this Mini-Clinic? Check them out here:

Click Here —> Turn Winter Blues Into Springtime Birdies

Click Here —> Two Club Chipping Drill

Click Here —> Chipping – Arms Straight

Keep em Long and Straight,

CJ

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12 Comments

  1. gene says:

    thanks for the tips for the off season in n.j. please keep em commming

  2. Alberto says:

    Hi CJ

    Have been using your chipping technique now for the past season and it has truly helped me around the greens, am able to save my par far more often as a result. In fact the other day I stunned my playing partners with a 50 foot chip which stopped less than 3 feet from the hole! Of course they asked me how I did it and had to let them in on the secret, especially the ratio tip and the CJ low, medium and high. As a result I think you will now have 3 new converts to your website and courses!

    BTW have received the physical version of the 360 degree system which is excellent BUT I have a problem. One of the DVDs is entitled “Situational Golf: Keys to…” However, when I play it, it is actually Part 3 (Breaking 80) of the “Breaking 100, 90, 80″ colletion. What ever happened to the “Situationl Golf” DVD?? Can you send this to me please?? Please????

    Many thanks and best regards. Keep up the good work. Am seriously “hooked” on your series, I am now the proud owner of the complete Signature Series, the Power Connection System and the 360 Degree System. They are all excellent.

    Also if you’re thinking of coming over to Spain with your 1-on-1 courses, count me in! See you in 2013………hopefully!!

    • CJ Goecks says:

      Hi Alberto – Customer Service has been notified. We will get that disk out to you. Our apologies for the inconvenience. thank you for the update on your game and glad to hear the courses are working for you. Any thoughts on a course location in Spain? Thanks!

    • CJ Goecks says:

      Alberto,
      thanks Alberto for the kind words and I truly appreciate your praises and support of PCGS. Ultimately it is your hard work that is paying the dividends. I only provide the info, but it is you that have put in the work and made me look great so for that I appreciate it. In regards to the 360 issue can you please contact customer support at support@perfectconnectiongolfswing.com or call them at 877-228-7088. I am planning a trip to scotland in September 2013 and would like to spend some time later and do some golf schools. I have a student in England that has sent me some spots and i would appreciate it if you could recommend some places near you that have a nice practice facility and a hotel nearby. Any help would be appreciated. let me know if you have any questions.
      Keep em Long and Straight,
      CJ

      • Alberto says:

        Hi CJ

        Many thanks for that. I will contact Customer Services and provide them with my address details etc.

        As for course location, I live in Madrid and there are some great courses out here: La Dehesa, Club de Campo, Golf Santander, La Herreria, La Moraleja, Real Sociedad Hipica, Centro Nacional de Golf, etc. Also there are plenty of good quality hotels in Madrid and on the outskirts. So let me know if I can assist you guys in any way.

        Best regards and looking forward to receiving the DVD in due course.

        • CJ Goecks says:

          Alberto,
          Thanks Alberto for the blog post and with some ideas for courses in the Madrid area. I would love to visit your country and host a golf school there. Hope everything works out and let me know what you think of the dvd’s and if you have any questions please do not hesitate to ask.
          Keep em Long and Straight,
          CJ

  3. Andreja Jenko says:

    CJ

    What about in a case when the green is on a top of a small hill, but if you miss the green the ball then stops and lies on a very steep slope (app +/- 60 degrees). In this case what do you recommend, chip/pitch shot? Thank you.

    Andreja

    • CJ Goecks says:

      Andreja Jenko,
      Thanks Andreja for the question. In the case your describing you will need to remember to match you hips and shoulders to the slope, play the ball towards the higher foot, and swing along the slope. this is the key for slopes when chipping or pitching. More than likely in the situation you described you will need to use wrists because the ball will go higher and shorter, therefore you will need a bigger swing, thus this will become a pitch shot.
      Keep em Long and Straight,
      CJ

      • Andreja Jenko says:

        CJ

        Thank you for your answer and recommendation. I just want to let you know that 360 Degree Golf system is great, I’m now in a phase of an in-depth study of your DVDs :-). And the manuals are great, too, I like them a lot, very comprehensive and systematic. So, I recommend it to others to try it out :-). I’m eager to try the newly acquired knowledge in practice in a month or two :-), but for the time being, the golf theory should be enough, because it’s really freezing here.

        Andreja

        • CJ Goecks says:

          Andreja Jenko,
          Thank you so much Andreja for the kind words and recommendation of the 360 program. I really do appreciate the reassurance that my students are enjoying the products that I sell. Keep in touch and let me know if I can help you in any way. You say its freezing there. Where do you live? Talk to you soon.
          Keep em Long and Straight,
          CJ

  4. Ismael says:

    Thank you for the tips. Could you post a tip about chipping uphill? What clubs should be used and where do you place the ball? Thanks again!

    • CJ Goecks says:

      Ismael,
      Thanks Ismael for the request on the video for chipping uphill. I will forward this request to our video guy, but in the meantime for the uphill chip make sure you setup with your hips and shoulders matching the slope, play the ball a bit towards the higher foot and swing along the slope. the uphill lie will make the ball go higher so depending on the amount of green you have you either need to swing a bit harder or take less loft and let it run. Hope this helps in the meantime.
      Keep em Long and Straight,
      CJ

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