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Chipping & Pitching - Erika Larkin: No More Chunks

A small adjustment in your setup and a visual aid will help you groove the descending contact you need for good chip shots. For better strikes, try this quick drill from Golf Digest Best Young Teacher Erika Larkin.
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Video bonus: No More Chunks

Chipping will always be a struggle if you can't make consistent contact with the ball before your club hits the ground. Here's a drill to help you achieve a better strike.
July 2014

Breaking Bad Scores - Breaking 100: Becoming a Great Chipper

Jason Guss shows you an easy trick to hit crisper chips. The flamingo drill may look silly, but your friends will be impressed when they see how much your game improves.
Gear & Equipment

Dubuisson's new wedge keeps him connected to cactus

By E. Michael JohnsonWhen Victor Dubuisson's clubs got held up in customs upon arriving in Miami, it forced the Frenchman to head over to Titleist's tour van to get a replacement set built just in...
Wednesday, 3/5/2014 at 8:50AM

Lessons with Butch Harmon - Consistent Chips

For consistent chips, unlock your right side and get your whole body rotating forward. Find out how from Butch Harmon.

Weekend Tip: Stand closer to the ball

Arnold Palmer has been quoted recently as saying, "My only problem is I'm standing too close to the ball after it lands." Or a variation: "I'm standing so close to the ball, I can hear...
Saturday, 10/22/2011 at 1:00AM
Golf Instruction

Tips Plus: Lee Westwoods' Pre-shot Routine (August 2011)

Tour pro Lee Westwood, who has won 33 tournaments worldwide, shares his pre-shot routine.
August 2011
Golf Instruction

Tips Plus: Jhonattan Vegas (August 2011)

Controlling distance on chips: The only thing Jhonattan Vegas changes on his chip shots is the club he uses and ball position.
August 2011
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Tip Plus: Kevin Smeltz

Golf instructor Kevin Smeltz, who works with Camilo Villegas at the David Leadbetter Academy, explains how using a small mirror as a training aid can help improve your short-game.
January 2010
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