A CHIP FIX LESSON

Instant success using THE CHIP FIX. Golf's newest short game training aid.

Describing the above video and the changes that were made

As you can see and hear this gentlemen went from knifing the golf ball over the green to nipping a high softy next to the pin by utilizing THE CHIP FIX short game training aid and establishing the optimal angle of attack around the greens. He began with an extremely shallow angle of attack setting up with the ball forward in his stance, a square club face, and more shaft lean in degrees than bounce on his wedge. 


At 53 seconds into the video he has established the ideal angle of attack by hitting the ground in front of the bottom guard. He hits this shot with a square face and more shaft lean than bounce in degrees thus making the leading edge dig and hitting the shot slightly fat. We then had him make the adjustment of opening the face slightly which exposed more bounce and having a little shaft lean but not more than the bounce was exposed and the end result is a nipped pitch over the bunker as you can here in the audio. 

establishing the optimal angle of attack

Watch this gentlemen hit a beautiful pitch over the bunker while using The Chip Fix short game training aid.

Solid contact off of an into the grain lie

Use THE CHIP FIX short game training aid to master the into the grain lie

Turn the volume up and listen to this contact on an into the grain lie as I establish the optimal angle of attack for the short game using THE CHIP FIX short game trianing aid

The short sided into the grain tight lie

Watch how establishing the optimal angle of attack makes this delicate lie a piece of cake

The chip fix out of the bunker

Establish the optimal angle of attack out of the sand and become a consistent bunker player

Hit the flop shot with The Chip Fix

See how hitting the flop shot is a piece of cake when you have the optimal angle of attack

Assembly

How to assemble THE CHIP FIX short game training aid

close up view of a pitch off a tight lie

Watch how far behind the ball the wedge hits the ground and still nips the ball off of this tight sandy lie

You are supposed to hit behind the ball!!!

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This wedge is entering the zone with an optimal angle of attack.

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The wedge is hitting the ground roughly 2" behind the ball.

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The wedge is working along the turf line as the bounce keeps the leading edge from digging. 

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Post impact the wedge is still working along the ground.

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The sand coming up marks where the wedge first entered the turf. Look how far behind the first picture ball position it is.

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Establishing the optimal angle of attack while utilizing the bounce allows for a greater margin of error and consistent solid contact around the greens.