Chipping – Uphill Slopes

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Brian Loesch

Great video Shawn. Many times when I am lining up to chip on an uphill lie, I feel as though my club would gauge the ground if I don’t choke down… Do you ever choke down on an uphill lie or is your grip/club relationship the same as on flat ground? Cheers, Brian

Shawn Clement

Hi Brian! No gripping down; the key is to follow the slope with the task of cutting through the dandelion stem and to be in terrific leverage and balance to be able to allow the WEIGHT OF THE ARM-CLUB UNIT to perform that task. After imagining the trajectory of the shot, based on the slope and the club needed to roll the ball into the hole, you then goldie locks the momentum needed to perform the task. Enjoy! 😀👍

Brian Loesch

Awesome Shawn! Thank you. (I’m watching too much Justin Thomas who grips down all the time).

I had bettert results right out of the gate with the pitch. I sculled many chips at the range. Can I think “squeeze ball through door frame” for chips, like I do in pitches and the full swing? p.s..—Since joining the Premium Channel, I am going to play on an 18-hole All Par 3 course tommorow. My FAVORITE video on the BASICS is the Battering Ram, leading with eblow. You also explained the release better than anyone with the hammer and other heavy objects!

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