Ein Tipp, der Ihr Chipping für immer verändern wird! | ICH UND MEIN GOLF


Ein Tipp der Ihr Chipping fuer immer veraendern wird ICH UND MEIN GOLF #hitthebell

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  1. In this video we are giving away a brand new Tay­lor Made Mil­led Grind 2 wedge, whe­re the win­ner can choo­se wha­te­ver loft they like! To be in with a chan­ce of win­ning this exci­ting givea­way you just have to SUBSCRIBE if you’­re not alrea­dy, HIT THE LIKE and COMMENT down below! For your com­ment, we would like you to tell us what is your favou­rite chip shot that you like to play around the green?!

    1. I use anything – from 6 / 8/ pw – even a 9 iron – all about con­fi­dence- such a pivo­tal part of a high han­di­cap­per – we gets this right strokes will come off and one put !!

    2. Love the con­tent! I took a long break from golf due to fami­ly and work com­mit­ments. Howe­ver, I’ve redis­co­ve­r­ed my love for the game and qui­te obses­sed with get­ting my game back to whe­re it was. The align­ment stick is my favo­ri­te to help with my a bit laid off swing. Unfor­tu­n­a­te­ly, the drea­ded “s” word has found its way into my chip­ping and I’ve never had this hap­pen befo­re- it only hap­pens with 56 on the frin­ge. it’s tru­ly a club snap­ping expe­ri­ence when you can’t shake it. may­be I’ll refrain from using my wed­ges on the frin­ge but some­ti­mes the shot calls for more spin. Have an epic day!!

    3. Employ­ed the right arm pit­ching drill onto the golf cour­se and lowe­red my score 3–6 strokes per round. It remo­ves ten­si­on from my stroke.

  2. Gre­at tips guys, I’m cur­r­ent­ly try­ing to fol­low the Jason Day method, less moving parts = less to go wrong in my mind!

  3. Team Tay­lorma­de #1 👍🏼
    All my gear is and will always be Tay­lorma­de. Favo­ri­te chip­shot around the green is a flop

  4. Gre­at vid,playing this after­noon gon­na get to the prac­ti­ce are to give this a go,hopefully the end of my struggles 😬

  5. Your vide­os have got me back into golf after last play­ing as teen­ager over 15 years ago! I can now also dri­ve bet­ter thanks to your dri­ving tips and you poin­ting out that you don’t have to wind yourself up in the back-swing. I am going to use this chip­ping tip too

  6. Not­hing is more debi­li­ta­ting or embarr­as­sing than hit­ting the ball thin, through the green, and being fur­ther away than when you star­ted. Its pro­bab­ly one of the only times on a golf cour­se whe­re you end up fur­ther away from the flag after the shot. Can’t wait to try this method. Use the boun­ce and hit the ground first!

  7. I’m new to the chan­nel and real­ly enjoy­ing every bit. Had some les­sons about six mon­ths ago and he taught me exact­ly this day after day, along with bump and run from a bit fur­ther out. It alo­ne has pro­bab­ly kno­cked 10 of my rounds. Thanks guys. Gre­at content!

  8. So it is some­what simi­lar to using the boun­ce in a bun­ker shot? Quick ques­ti­on though, is it still effec­ti­ve in mud­dy lies which is what we have in Aus now!

  9. Gre­at video! I like to use my 54 degree wedge and play it a litt­le lower with some run out if the situa­ti­on allows for it.

  10. My favou­rite chip is using my 62 wedge from just around the green. I open the face a litt­le bit more and make it a semi flop shot so that it stops quickly.

  11. I would love this wedge. Thank you for all your con­tent. For tho­se sub­scri­bers out the­re who have not yet joi­ned as mem­bers at the Me and My Golf online trai­ning, I high­ly recom­mend joi­ning! So much gre­at material!

  12. Gre­at tips, gon­na make sure I think about this when i’m on the cour­se and not tun­nel­vi­si­on and shank it or worse!

  13. My favou­rite shot around the green is using my 9 iron like a put­ter – I love hit­ting a bump and run. I don’t have any wed­ges other than PW & SW, so I think my 9 iron chip is my best choice.

  14. I had a chip­ping les­son just this morning. We did intro­du­ce some tiger into my swing, but also a tiny bit of shaft lean to impro­ve my strike.

    My favou­rite chip until now was far away from the green, more bru­te, less fines­se. Or a low runner.

  15. Uti­li­zing the boun­ce in the sum­mer is won­der­ful becau­se the grass roots act like springs, but how do you chip with wed­ges in the win­ter in dead grass?

  16. Sear­ching for chip­ping tech­ni­ques after a poor round today and this has com­ple­te­ly chan­ged the game. Will be put­ting in the prac­ti­ce tomorrow.

  17. I was actual­ly going to ask for a chip­ping video and I’m loo­king for­ward to the put­ting video!
    I hope that ever­yo­ne is doing well

  18. The drill hol­ding the trail arm is a bril­li­ant idea for me as when fol­lowing your vide­os on M&MG I still found mys­elf hit­ting clo­se to the heel on what is a very short swing. I am sure that this is the solu­ti­on I have been loo­king for. Thanks guys

  19. Gre­at video guys. Per­fect­ly timed as have been having issu­es with my chip­ping. Would love to win the Tay­lorma­de wedge 🤞

  20. This is the exact video that my play­ing mate needs to see haha. My favo­ri­te chip shot is usual­ly with my 60 degree in some light rough. Like to try to get some spin on it and track it in the hole

  21. My favo­ri­te chip shot is the bump and run becau­se i feel that it is under rated when it comes to chip­ping. I belie­ve it is the most effec­ti­ve and con­sis­tent shot around the green if you can play it

  22. Dang! It just sounds dif­fe­rent with tho­se crisp, clean, new wed­ges! I’m still rockin’ my dad’s 12 year old Cleve­land wed­ges. Can’t ima­gi­ne how much spin I’m mis­sing out on!

  23. Thanks for the video. Chip­ping has been my achil­les heel for years. It cos­ts me a lot of shots per round. I look for­ward to try­ing the new set up and tech­ni­que to hope­ful­ly impro­ve my con­fi­dence with the­se shots. My favou­rite chip shot around the green is chip and run with my wedge.

  24. Gre­at video, gre­at tip and gre­at to see you guys back tog­e­ther. I like a 9 iron bump and run. When it works out and fol­lows the path you’ve envi­sio­ned honing in on the hole it feels like magic

  25. It is fun­ny how I was out on the cour­se just yes­ter­day and was real­ly struggling with my short game chips then this video came out this morning. Always a plea­su­re watching your vide­os and extre­me­ly hel­pful. Thank you!

  26. Been watching a lot more recent­ly sin­ce lick­down and shaved 10 shots off my score a round sin­ce lock­down and now loo­king to break 80. Chip­ping is defi­ni­te­ly my weak­ness and cos­ts me on average around 5 shots per round.

  27. On my way to the prac­ti­ce ran­ge now to expe­ri­ment with this. If I can eli­mi­na­te tho­se drea­ded duffs, I’ll be fore­ver gra­te­ful. Thanks guys.

  28. Need new wed­ges mine are 15 years old, and real­ly love the TM MG2s! Love hit­ting Flop shots launch it high land it soft! Oddly enough my most con­fi­dent shot

  29. Expe­ri­men­ted with various chip­shot tech­ni­ques sin­ce lock­down eased. The arm against the body was the most con­sis­tent for mys­elf & res­to­red confidence. 😊 ⛳

  30. Gre­at video, I have been using the Jason Day Style for a cou­p­le of years, I like using the body to help turn through the chip shot!!. Keep up the good work guys!!!

  31. Gre­at trai­ning is the­re any chan­ge to this tech­ni­que in dif­fe­rent lies? Such as rough or shots up or down­hill lie? Thanks!

  32. Gre­at tips and drills. I love all the con­tent and have imple­men­ted a lot of them into my prac­ti­ce. I’m defi­ni­te­ly more of a body moti­on wedge play­er but gre­at to see the type styles at work.

  33. Love this. A real con­fi­dence boos­ter when it comes to con­sis­ten­cy with chip­ping. Keep up the gre­at content!

  34. I like to hit my Gap wedge around the green. I don’t have a 60 degree wedge so most of the time I sett­le for my 48 degree gap.

  35. You guys give gre­at advice! Been watching a bunch of your vide­os the last cou­p­le weeks and my game espe­cial­ly my chip­ping has impro­ved tre­men­dous­ly. Would love a new wedge to add to my new set of irons I just bought this week! My favo­ri­te chip shot to take around the green when able to is the flop shot. Bla­me it on Phil haha as he is the mas­ter of the flop shot

  36. I real­ly like the Jason Day chip­ping style! I tend to use my wrists a bit too much so kee­ping the moving ele­ments as mini­mal as pos­si­ble is a per­fect way to avoid bad surprises!

  37. Love the video guys! This tech­ni­que would go per­fect­ly with the Tay­lorMa­de Mil­led Grind Wedge – I’d be beast around the greens but it would take me ten shots to get to the green first!

  38. Good tips, but feels mis­lea­ding to have the take that you cant be a gre­at short game play­er with for­ward shaft lean. Play the ball off your front foot with shaft lean and you’ll have a real­ly hard time chun­king it.

  39. Gre­at con­tent as always. You two have lowe­red my han­di­cap from low 20’s when I took the game back up a few years ago down to a 16! Favo­ri­te chip shot is more a bump and run type shot with the Jason Day style of low wrist/more body.

  40. Gre­at vid! When struggling, I’ve defaul­ted to that first tech­ni­que assuming it offe­red a hig­her mar­gin for error. Defi­ni­te­ly a learning!

  41. I strugg­le like you descri­be. I need to work on this today at the ran­ge. Loo­ked like you had a tight lie. Would you use the same approach with a fluffy lie or from rough ?

  42. Some gre­at tips the­re guys, my chip­ping has been incon­sis­tent so I am loo­king for­ward to try­ing the­se out on the cour­se. My favou­rite chip shot is the one that gets me on to the green!

  43. Gre­at advice. Kevin Kis­ner talks about the butt of the grip moving at the same speed as your chest. My favou­rite shot around the green has always been the trus­ty bump and run. That shot got me star­ted in golf and it still does the job for me today.

  44. Gre­at video guys! I’ve been working on my chip­ping qui­te a bit the last cou­p­le weeks. I will add this to my routine.

  45. Gre­at video as also gents. You 2 have expo­nen­ti­al­ly hel­ped me impro­ve my tech­ni­que and thought pro­cess invol­ved in this gre­at game. Keep up the good work. I look for­ward to more hel­pful con­tent in the future.

  46. I love a simp­le 9 iron bump n run just becau­se I don’t have the con­fi­dence in my 56 and 60 degree chip shots. After watching this video, I defi­ni­te­ly feel rea­dy to attack my next chip shot hope­ful­ly with tho­se TaylorMades!!

  47. I like a low chip around the green with a litt­le bit of spin on it, and tech­ni­que wise I am more of a Jason day, body dri­ven, chip­per. Would love a 56 degree wedge, love the vide­os keep them coming

  48. Thanks! Exp­lai­ning the various tech­ni­ques, their strengths and weak­nes­ses, real­ly eli­mi­na­tes a lot of con­fu­si­on! Tech­ni­ques evolve.

  49. My favo­ri­te chip shot is when I have a nice hill to play the ball off of and real­ly just rea­ding the green befo­re I chip!!! Hahah thanks guy!! Good luck to ever­yo­ne in the givea­way stay safe

  50. I always find your vide­os hel­pful, and this one id the same. I have tried many things for chip­ping and seems as i always find the­re dirt and have no con­trol. Can’t wait to try your drill for this. Thanks

  51. Gre­at video again guys!!! I like play­ing a chip and run with an 8 iron but am cur­r­ent­ly loo­king for a 60 degree wedge for being a litt­le fur­ther from the green.

  52. This seems like it might help with my desi­re to remo­ve back­spin from my chips. I’ll give it a go today befo­re my round. Thanks guys.

  53. I love your guys vide­os. They have hel­ped tre­men­dous­ly. You guys break ever­ything down so per­fect and I tell ever­yo­ne loo­king for tips to check you out. I per­so­nal­ly love using a litt­le more wrist in my chip­ping and I can’t wait to use that tee method to practice!

  54. Thank you guys for get­ting us through the­se tough times with your fun, skill buil­ding vide­os. They’­ve not only hel­ped, they’­ve pro­vi­ded us with a litt­le release from the issu­es we’­re facing. My favo­ri­te chips shots are the ones I don’t have to hit 🙂 I have a bit of the yips right now. I pre­fer the chips from the short grass with a lot of green to work with. If I mis­hit the ball it can roll more like a putt which is how I try to play tho­se shots anyways.

  55. Not only are the tips good, but the drills to incor­po­ra­te the tips in to your game are easy to fol­low and do. This seems like my ans­wer to my most drea­ded chip shot – anything under 75. Thanks guys!

  56. Ano­t­her gre­at video. I for­got how to chip sin­ce could not golf from Nov.….just ope­ned now. Can’t prac­ti­ce yet, just golf…will try this out bet­ween holes if time permits.
    Thanks so much

  57. Loo­ks like some­thing I need to try in impro­ving my con­sis­ten­cy around the greens. New wedge would be high­ly wel­co­me addition

  58. My good­ness! I prac­ti­ced chip­ping last night for an hour and left frus­tra­ted becau­se I did not know what I was doing. And, just now, this video pops into my email! It’s hea­ven sent! I have league tonight and am going to prac­ti­ce the drills befo­re my round. Thank you so much. I’m working on brea­king 100 and this video will help. What timing!!! Becau­se I’m a begin­ner, I’m not sure what is my favo­ri­te chip shot. And, my email on you­tube is dif­fe­rent than my email on your site. I am a mem­ber, trust me.

  59. I hit a cou­p­le of grass chop­ping shots yes­ter­day. Your tips are gre­at! I look for­ward to using this tech­ni­que. Thanks for the new left han­ded wedge! 🙂

  60. Gre­at tip I hate using wed­ges that clo­se to the green as I’m sca­red of thin­ning it so have now been using a hybrid will now try using a wedge and see what happens

  61. I am a bit of both but when prac­ti­cing in my lounge or on cour­se I always try to brush the ground. I very rare­ly thin it, but some­ti­mes hit a wee bit behind.….… nice to have it exp­lai­ned. Thanks

  62. What I’ve dis­co­ve­r­ed for my short game is that the fewer moving parts, the bet­ter. So, I won’t be doing this drill with much wrist movement.

  63. Loves your vide­os guys, need some new wed­ges to prac­ti­ce my knew drills, and I also need to get a update to my wed­ges. Keep up the good work =)

  64. Always chip­ped this way. Not that I’m any good at it. Just always made more sen­se to take the lean of the shaft and let the club do its thing

  65. You guys are ama­zing at tea­ching the­se things.. Defi­ni­te­ly want that beau­ti­ful Tay­lor Made Mil­led Grind 2 wedge!!! Keep up the awe­so­me work.. Sure the win­ner of this givea­way will enjoy that club soo much… My favo­ri­te chip shot that I play is usual­ly more wrists set for feel, but I play more cen­ter stance to pre­vent duf­fing. I am more of a feel play­er, but defi­ni­te­ly try to focus on tech­ni­ques that can help me be more con­sis­tent. God Bless stay safe!!

  66. I love the­se guys! They are ful­ly respon­si­ble for me now shoo­ting in the low to mid 80s now! I have been struggling with my short chips as of late and I think the­se tips will defi­ni­te­ly help! Thanks guys and con­ti­nue doing what you do!

  67. Inte­res­ting video. Sin­ce I like to hit “bump and run” chips, should I approach them the same way with like a 7 iron as you do in the vid with boun­cey wed­ges or keep using the tra­di­tio­nal technique?

  68. Gre­at video guys. I don’t have a favou­rite chip shot becau­se I can never get the ball to land whe­re I want it to go but hope­ful­ly this video might make me a bit bet­ter. A bet­ter wedge might also give me more con­trol. Good luck to everyone. 😀

  69. Gre­at chip­ping tip guy’s, I’m play­ing later on today and the first thing I will be doing is hea­ding to the chip­ping green and prac­ti­ce this tip
    Awe­so­me con­tent guy’s 👏👏

  70. I just recent­ly star­ted to do this very thing while chip­ping and your les­son is going to help me refi­ne this approach. I was ten­ding to bla­de the ball over the green too many times and this is a gre­at help. Thanks!

  71. Simp­le and effec­ti­ve and, most import­ant­ly, easi­ly remem­be­red so it’s easy to take to the cour­se. Thanks, guys.

  72. Gre­at video guys, I have been struggling around the greens and I think this will defi­ni­te­ly chan­ge my game! My favo­ri­te chip is a semi flop with some good back spin, try to drop it near the flag but need to get away from that becau­se of the risk.

  73. Real­ly appre­cia­te the con­tent you crea­te @meandmygolf. Only as good as your last chip, and my last was a bun­ker style shot from fluffy rough, so I’ll go with that as my favou­rite chip around the greens

  74. Gre­at video guys.. I had seen the ear­lier video with the coach who recom­men­ded hit­ting the ground 1.5 inches befo­re the ball. I am able to chip much bet­ter around the greens. Cheers again!

  75. Gre­at tuto­ri­al. I’ve been cap­tain chun­ky 💩for a while now becau­se I’ve been try­ing to keep for­ward shaft lean on my chips and pit­ches – try­ing to hit them like mid to high loft irons. Bit of a derr moment. Can’t wait to get out and have a crack at the ran­ge🏌️️⛳

  76. My abso­lu­te favou­rite chip shot to do is one that actual­ly makes it onto the green. It is a rather dif­fi­cult part of the game😂

  77. I play­ed 36 holes yes­ter­day shoo­ting a 95 and then a 91 plain­ly based on poor chip­ping. Becau­se of this my favo­ri­te chip shot is a put­ter moti­on on a 7 iron but This advice is going strai­ght in the bag! And a new wedge in the bag wouldn’t hurt!

  78. Gre­at video. Fat chips are pro­bab­ly the most frus­tra­ting mis­hit on the cour­se! Do the­se tips work while chip­ping from the rough as well?

  79. Hel­lo and Cheers! Big fan of the chan­nel. Favo­ri­te is the 58° hand­le for­ward, deloft mini pitch.. I regu­lar­ly prac­ti­ce hand­le forward,neutral and back for dif­fe­rent lies, pin distan­ces, and slo­pes. Good luck, everyone.

  80. I lose all my shots chip­ping – I will put the­se tips into prac­ti­ce – my brain seems to switch off as soon as it hears the click of the ball and so I don’t fol­low through – a mate says I jab at the ball chip­ping ins­tead of that nice pen­du­lum stro­ke – the shaft ang­le is so important – Cheers

  81. Thank you for this advice. This might work well with only allowing the toe of the club to touch the ground. (one of the Pro’s gave the tip) in a pre­vious video.

  82. My favou­rite chip shot around the green is a nice medi­um length shot with my 50 or 56 degree. I have been using the boun­ce for some time now and i like that shot a lot and would like it much more with that wedge

  83. Nice one fel­las. I enjoy chip­ping with strai­ght arms, hol­ding that fixed tri­ang­le shape below the chest and swin­ging through the pendulum.

  84. Love the vide­os hoping to Imple­ment some of the­se inst­ruc­tions when back on the cour­se . Would love a new wedge. Keep it up lads love the content.

  85. I real­ly lik­ed how you guys show­ed the two dif­fe­rent swings to get the ground and not the ball. Thanks for the drills!

  86. Makes per­fect sen­se and pro­bab­ly exp­lains why I am more com­for­ta­ble chip­ping with my lob wedge I don’t use any shaft lean at all. 


  87. I liter­al­ly found this chan­nel today! Been try­ing to real­ly impro­ve my game for the first time, star­ting with my short game. Unfor­tu­n­a­te­ly, I havent been able to upgrade my clubs, so get­ting one in the givea­way would be a gre­at step in the right direction.
    Hope to learn more from your vide­os! Im now a subscriber!

  88. Love the video. My favo­ri­te chip is using a 52 and being a litt­le fur­ther away from the green, hit­ting a litt­le open to get it to stop whe­re I want it

  89. Have been using this method for a long time. I saw the ori­gi­nal video with James Ridy­ard, I think near Sil­ver­stone a bit of noi­se from memo­ry. What a light bulb moment.

  90. I’m fair­ly new to taking golf more serious­ly, and your tips on chip­ping and short­ga­me have been the BIGGEST help to my scores! Thanks guys!

  91. My favou­rite is appar­ent­ly off the toe and strai­ght through the green… would love a bet­ter wedge to put the­se vide­os into practise.

  92. Will be taking this out onto the cour­se in the next 30 minu­tes! Time to knock some chips in rather than dig mys­elf a hole!

  93. Bon­jour mer­ci beau­coup pour cet­te vidéo qui va m être d un grand secours pour réa­li­ser des chips autour des greens Je pré­fé­res le chip de corps car moins d err­eurs et sur­tout pen­ser à con­ta­c­ter le sol et non la bal­le c est une très bon­ne astuce . Dans l atten­te de vot­re pro­chai­ne vidéo Vale­rie (Fran­ce)

  94. Thank you for the gre­at tips as always guys, chip­ping is defi­ni­te­ly my weak­ness but this drill will hope­ful­ly impro­ve my con­sis­ten­cy and my con­fi­dence around the greens. Keep up the good work!

  95. Gre­at video guys I will try the body turn style as that’s what I do now but with a lot of shaft lean so be very inte­res­ted to see what hap­pens if I stop lea­ning the shaft so much

  96. gre­at video, will for sure try this, have always been try­ing to have the shaft lean and hit the ball with my chips and this will for sure help me!

  97. I always lea­ve mys­elf a litt­le short if the­re are hazards to play the bump and run, gives me the best chan­ce at being close

  98. Thanks guys. I like the idea of redu­cing the down­si­de risk of poor chips with this method. I’m going to give this a go out in the yard and then take it to the course 👍👍

  99. My favou­rite shot is a flop shot (which I also lear­ned how to do on this chan­nel). Howe­ver, it still isn’t con­sis­tent enough to bring down my score significantly.
    This video will help with a far more regu­lar final approach shot into the green.
    Thank you guys for ano­t­her clear video. Much appreciated

  100. That was the exact form I was using. I am defi­ni­te­ly going to try it this other way becau­se y’all have hel­ped me so much already!

  101. Thanks for ano­t­her hel­pful video! I will bene­fit from your cau­ti­on against get­ting the right arm away from the body.

  102. Gre­at advice that I will be try­ing out on my next round, if I’m lucky enough to be cho­sen I could use a 58deg to replace the HiToe that I cur­r­ent­ly have

  103. Awe­so­me stuff Andy and Piers, but does­n’t hig­her boun­ce on club play a big role. I tried the Tay­lorMa­de wedge out at local Pro­shop it was fan­tastic but sad­ly could­n’t afford it

  104. If you were/are a low boun­ce play­er with the old method would you need a hig­her degree of boun­ce to real­ly play this method well?

  105. This video could not have come at a bet­ter time. I’m the kind of guy that has that shaft lean and late­ly I’ve been hit­ting down on it pret­ty hard. Anything over 30 yards is low and incon­sis­tent. I can’t wait to try this out when I get on the ran­ge today

  106. Huge fan of your golf tip vide­os. Also like when you guys do on cour­se vide­os when you play 3–6 holes and walkthrough your thought pro­cess for dif­fe­rent shots

  107. When I play golf my distance with all clubs is very poor and I think it’s becau­se I’m not strong enough does phi­si­cal strength make a difference

  108. Gre­at tips guys! Cer­tain­ly I’ll be using them this week end (after prac­ti­ce at the ran­ge of cour­se) good luck!!

  109. This was very hel­pful guys. I have been lea­ning the shaft for­ward and try­ing to skim the club-head along the ground for years. This method does help not to acci­dent­al­ly dig into the ground.

  110. I like to use the Jason Day/Steve Stri­cker method becau­se eli­mi­na­ting or at least redu­cing wrist action makes it easier to return the club to the ground at the desi­red spot. I like to use this method with slight­ly fluffy lies, but the drills that you pro­vi­ded will give me more con­fi­dence now with tigh­ter lies as well. Best chip­ping video I have seen. Also, kudos to you for giving credit to the pros who poin­ted you in this direction.

  111. Gre­at tip! I like play­ing many dif­fe­rent types of shot green side. Flop shot loo­ks gre­at and bump and run is prac­ti­cal. In every case the cour­se choo­ses the shot.

  112. My bir­th­day was in the 1st of June but becau­se of lock­down I didn’t have my par­ty. I wan­ted wed­ges and I would love to win. I love high chips that stop quick­ly. I would choo­se a 50 and a 60 degrees wed­ges. This would make me so hap­py. Love your videos.

  113. Gre­at tech­ni­que and simi­lar to some­thing I saw from Gareth Raf­lew­ski (ano­t­her fan­tastic resour­ce on you­tube!). Lear­ning to use the boun­ce can com­ple­te­ly chan­ge the short game!

  114. Real­ly use­ful video, guys. I don’t real­ly have a favou­rite chip shot – I use pret­ty much any club in the bag to get the ball on the green ASAP and get it rol­ling to the hole. One use­ful thing about your new method is the added loft on the club­face and the height that you can get on the ball; this les­sens the need to try the less safe open-faced lob shots. Cheers!

  115. Hea­ding to the ran­ge soon so I’ll defi­ni­te­ly put a bit of prac­ti­ce in with this method, a new wedge would have a hap­py home in my bag too

  116. Gre­at video!! Hope the­se drills will help with the yips I’ve had!! The­se MG wed­ges look awe­so­me to!! The chip shot I enjoy the most is a well hit flop shot.. so ris­ky though!! 😉🏌️‍♂️🔥🎯

  117. Mana­ged to score my first ever bir­die last week, with a litt­le chip shot off a bank at the back of the green. Turns out all the grin­ding in my back­gar­den during lock­down has paid off qui­te well!

  118. Awe­so­me video and love the wedge! My ques­ti­on is, who are the 2 peop­le that dis­lik­ed good chip­ping advice and a free club givea­way?? Must be from Aus­tra­lia whe­re ever­ything is upsi­de down

  119. I’ve been won­de­ring for ages what the boun­ce ang­le of my wedge, actual­ly meant.….….now I get it! Awe­so­me tips chaps, mer­ci 🏌️‍♂️

  120. Gre­at tips, very well exp­lai­ned. I share your vide­os with my high school golf team and use them when inst­ruc­ting them. Thanks fellas!

  121. I have the mill­grinds alrea­dy but the 1st model. Love them. My 54 is my life saver.… but the­res always more room for more clubs lol

  122. Just star­ted Golf and your vide­os help me a lot to under­stand the dif­fe­rent swing moti­ons. Gre­at work!

    I like to use my 8 iron for the shor­ter chips near the green.

  123. Gre­at video guys, your chan­nel is the abso­lu­te best and has hel­ped me impro­ve my game. Still try­ing to get whe­re I can rea­listi­cal­ly set brea­king 100 as a goal, but I am posi­ti­ve that I will get the­re with your help!

  124. I would love to win a new Tay­lorma­de wedge! Cur­r­ent­ly I have SM5 wed­ges that are 4 years old in my bag. I would be super thank­ful if I was able to upgrade!

  125. Cur­r­ent­ly doing qui­te well with the ‘old’ tech­ni­que, but it’s always nice to pick up new ide­as for when i have more trouble

  126. 👍🏽. I star­ted try­ing out the shaft lean method after watching the Phil video, he made it look easy 😂. Cer­tain­ly chunk it and been try to remind my self to switch to this method on the cour­se. Could use a new wedge also 😂

  127. Love the vide­os and I real­ly do love the way you guys coach throughout the video and keep it enter­tai­ning.. favo­ri­te shot is a flop but I dont get the more expen­si­ve spin­ny balls so I end up bump and run­ning them. Can you do a video with chip­ping on dif­fe­rent lies and pin locations..

  128. Gre­at video. Having the butt end of the club poin­ted at the hip or sto­mach real­ly is a gre­at visu­al to keep. Would you say the swing andy is demons­tra­ting is equi­va­lent to a 7:30 pitch or a chip that will fly/roll 50/50?

  129. Seem to have my short game tun­ed in thanks to your vide­os gents, a nice new mill grind would be nice to com­ple­te the wedge set

  130. I love all the infor­ma­ti­on you guys give in each and every video. I’ve lear­ned so much from you guys over the years of watching you. My favo­ri­te shot around the green is the flop shot. Dif­fi­cult to exe­cu­te but, when you do it loo­ks so incredi­ble and can get you out of a lot of bad situations.

  131. Gre­at advice! I can’t wait to try the­se drills and tech­ni­ques out. I come from the old school approach as well. Back of stance and hit down into the ball. Used to be an ama­zing chip­per, now I strugg­le a bit. My favo­ri­te chip shot is to bump and run it as I feel it gives me the best chan­ce of holing it. Keep up the gre­at con­tent guys!

  132. This new tech­ni­que also can help a per­sons full swing. Prac­ti­ce on a micro level kee­ping the lower body moving through the shot. I am left han­ded if I end up win­ning the wedge!

  133. it might be a bit was­ted on me, but i DO fan­cy that wedge. thanks for all the vide­os over time as well, the put­ting grips video saved me almost a shot per hole on my game

  134. defi­ni­te­ly works, as prac­ti­sing the old way during lock­down has meant ple­nty of divots in the back lawn, now.…. no divots 🙂

  135. What hap­pens when on a links cour­se the­re is hard­ly any green grass at all under your ball to “brush” your club through. Thanks for the gre­at videos.

  136. Was taught the bump and run when I was young, with my hands for­ward and a steep ang­le towards the ball. I’ve sin­ce gone to using a 52 or 54 with my hands more neu­tral and try­ing to brush the grass using less break in my wrist.… or I’ll short a bun­ker so I can use the flop shot becau­se they are just so much fun!

  137. Gre­at tip for us short game chal­len­ged gol­fers . The only thing I won­der about is the grip pres­su­re when using this technique ?

  138. I’ve had the chip­ping yips for well over a year now and can never find a drill that actual­ly works for me. Will be try­ing the drills in this video. I also need to chan­ge my wed­ges as I have com­ple­te­ly lost the faith with them. Sta­ring at them for the last few years has been like loo­king into hell and knowing I’m about to fall in. 😂

  139. Gre­at tips! Can’t wait to get out on Fri­day to try this out! Love your vide­os! AND, I’d REALLY love the Tay­lor Made wedge!! 😍👍🏼

  140. I loved the video. I use this tech­ni­que as well. I think to mys­elf, “chest to the tar­get” when I finish. When I use the boun­ce, the­re is much more forgiveness.

  141. Gre­at video guys. Any chan­ce can get a video on how to squa­re the club face on the dri­ver my ball flight seems to go strai­ght left with no cur­ve or anything think it due to the face being clo­sed. Isn’t the rule the face sends it the path bends it. Cheers

  142. As always, that is for the gre­at input Meand­My­Golf!!! Awe­so­me trai­ning! Tho­se Mil­led­Grind wed­ges would be the per­fect way to practice!!

  143. favou­rite chip shot to play around the green:
    short bump and run with my 54 degree wedge. hit it about half­way in the air and the other half to roll out.

  144. Just back from the ran­ge and I have to say my approach to chip­ping has chan­ged radi­cal­ly. The­re is a con­fi­dence in com­ple­ting the swing with much shar­per line of flight of the ball. Like Andy, I find a bit of wrist fle­xi­on with body rota­ti­on feel the most com­for­ta­ble and distance con­trol is not far away. Thanks again guys.

  145. Been fol­lowing your cou­ch­ing plans for 2 years, I’ve gone from 24 to 12 han­di­cap. You guys are great!

  146. Bump and run is my go to, but was I see the bene­fits of flops when my mates do it so a 58 degree would be per­fect to help me out with that

  147. I use my 60 degree wedge and typi­cal­ly keep my feet clo­se tog­e­ther and toes poin­ting toward my tar­get. This is defi­ni­te­ly one of the most incon­sis­tent parts of my game.

  148. Gre­at video again! The drills look super easy and actual­ly give you action­ab­le feed­back to chan­ge your swing. Thanks Andy and Piers!

  149. Adop­ted this from a Raf­lew­ski video ear­lier this year. Love it with a 57 deg. wedge off the green in slight­ly lon­ger grass. My favo­ri­te is a 30–40 ft chip from a tight lie with a 52 deg. gap wedge.

  150. The flop shot over a bun­ker to a short sided flag has to be my favo­ri­te shot espe­cial­ly in front of the boys. Qua­ran­ti­ne gave me all the time in the world to per­fect the flop

  151. Mana­ged to prac­ti­ce this idea throughout lock­down in the back gar­den – first game back on the cour­se and my short game had impro­ved drasti­cal­ly. Shame about the rest of the game!

  152. Hoping a bump and run with an 8 iron counts as a chip shot. Easi­ly my most con­sis­tent. Alter­na­ti­ve fave is what I like to call the “land­s­caper”. The turf never loo­ks the same afterwards

  153. Love lear­ning new tech­ni­ques I feel like My short game is gre­at but love see­ing new ways to impro­ve and and new tools to the toolbox

  154. Hi, my favou­rite shot is the one hop and stop shot, with a new wedge and the­se tips I think I will be able to pull off this shot more con­sist­ent­ly. Many thanks.

  155. Awe­so­me thank you guys! I love using the Jason Day style (some­thing I’ve always tried to imi­ta­te), with my 52deg Gap-Wedge, when I have more green to work with. Also a 56deg TW type swing for the tigh­ter pins. Always focu­sing on just brushing the grass with my prac­ti­ce swing, then using that boun­ce in the shot!

  156. Hi! Your vide­os are so gre­at and so hel­pful but I’ve been watching them ins­tead of stu­dy­ing for exams, thank you 😉 I play more with the body for the chip but I will try the wrist tech­nic. Is the height of the shot influ­en­ced by the tech­nic ? Becau­se I love play­ing some high chip, I feel more com­for­ta­ble than some low and run.

  157. I tried this on the cour­se. all I can say is ‘Wow’. This tech­ni­que is simp­le and easy to Imple­ment. Gre­at tip. Try it!!

  158. Thanks for the Video. I’ve always won­de­red if anyo­ne has actual­ly chip­ped one han­ded befo­re. Makes sen­se to me.

  159. I’m a juni­or gol­fer, 15, your tuto­ri­als have hel­ped me tre­men­dous­ly. Cur­r­ent­ly I some mixed wed­ges that I’ve never heard the brand of, would love a mil­led grind wedge.

  160. Bril­li­ant tip for chip­ping and good drills. Can’t wait to try on the short game prac­ti­ce area and then on the cour­se. Will let you know

  161. Defi­ni­te­ly a bump and run is the safest shot for a mid han­di­cap­per… Try­ing the 54/60 degree flop more, but still hate the bur­ner across the green..

  162. Awe­so­me tip ! Been doing this for the past few mon­ths with my coach but would work bet­ter with a tay­lorma­de wedge!😂💪🏼

  163. Thank you Andy and Piers! I just star­ted get­ting into golf, and your vide­os have been a mas­si­ve help as I work to impro­ve my swing.

  164. I used to hit down on my chips and duf­fed shots often. Using the first tech­ni­que, fee­ling more of a put­ting moti­on to brush the ground, great­ly impro­ved my chips

  165. Love working on my short game with tips from Andy and Piers. Thanks for all the tips and content!
    Per­fect way to top it off would be a new wedge!

  166. Favo­ri­te chip shot is with my high boun­ce sand wedge Jason Day style. It’s the best ground inter­ac­tion for me with a shor­ten­ed swing.

  167. Gre­at Video, That old tech­ni­que mes­sed up my chip­ping for ages. Need a new wedge now to sort it out 😀🏌️‍♂️👍🏼

  168. I have wat­ched so many of your vide­os. I’m in my 3rd sea­son now. If I had to pick vide­os that were most hel­pful they would be the iron striking pure vide­os. I have incre­a­sed my power great­ly with the sug­ges­ti­ons you’­ve provided.
    I’ve tried both methods of chip­ping but I’m far more accu­ra­te with the Woods tech­ni­que so I tend to stick to that. I’m no expert on the ter­mi­no­lo­gy but I’d call it a flop shot. It goes high and it does­n’t roll much after lan­ding. I pre­tend I’m thro­wing the ball to the cup and the power gets me decent­ly clo­se (from my point of view that is).

  169. Gre­at video guys! Defi­ni­te­ly going to try this new tech­ni­que out and hope­ful­ly it hel­ps me alot, as my short game let’s me down the most. Low grab­by one nor­mal­ly but this could be my new thing 👍🏼⛳

  170. Gre­at video guys again guys! I’m defi­ni­te­ly giving this a go next round, tho­se wed­ges would make it a lot easier for me though haha.

  171. I must admit I’m guil­ty of chan­ging my swing for dif­fe­rent chips, I’m cer­tain­ly more wris­ty for anything I want height to, which is why I occa­sio­nal­ly thin one 200yds 🤣

  172. Love watching you guys. I’m play­ing a round later today… Hope­ful­ly this mind­set will help keep the yips at bay!

  173. I joi­ned MAMG this wee­kend as a first time gol­fer and I am alrea­dy fee­ling much bet­ter with my golf game, even with the hand me down clubs I am using. 😛 I can’t say I have a favo­ri­te chip shot becau­se I haven’t tried too many just yet. I’ll just be hap­py get­ting the ball on the green! Thank you for the video and keep up the gre­at work guys.