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Ross-To eliminate a chronic yipping problem, I am trying to replicate your fixed wrists, one piece, shoulder-led chipping method. So far, I am having mixed results>
My questions: 1. How far apart should your feet be? How much of my weight should be on my left foot? 2. Is the swing supposed to be an all-shoulder movement or is there some rotation of the hips on the the follow-through? 3. Once I have set-up properly and ready to execute, should my focus be on proper technique or the visualization of the ball flight and roll? Thanks for your assistance.
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If you're a Member, I have many Chipping Pitching lesson videos that explain this. If not you can go to YouTube - DUPLESSISGOLF and I have a Chipping Lesson Video.
1. Feet close, weight mostly left, ball just inside front foot. 2. Shoulders only for Chipping (FYI...I prefer Pitching in most cases) 3. This is not a quick answer because you need the whole routine: ~ From behind the ball, visualize tossing the ball to a spot and imagine the ball rolling and taking the break and finishing in the hole. Then setup aligned to that spot, and then using only the shoulders, hit the ball at the speed you visualized, to the spot on the green you picked. Ideally you will watch some of my Lesson Videos where I explain this in detail. __________________ Move Less ... Get Good! DUPLESSISGOLF