Free Golf Chipping Video
The Simple Golf Chipping System Video
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If you’d prefer to download this video to your computer
then just right click on the link below and choose save as.
You should also download the Simple Golf Chipping Ebook here.
It has step by step pictures and information about the Power Thumb grip:
Right Click On The Link Above and Choose “Save Target As”
to save the Ebook To Your Computer.
If you have any problem downloading the ebook just send a blank email to firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll email you a copy of the ebook.
We strongly recommend downloading The Simple Golf Chipping Ebook because it has detailed pictures of the Power Thumb grip which is quite helpful.
You will need a free Adobe Reader to view this Ebook. If you don’t have one you can download your free reader here: http://www.adobe.com/products/acrobat/readstep2.html You should have the latest version of Adobe Reader installed as some of the earlier versions do seem to work with the new PDF files. I hope that helps.
Here are a couple of golf chipping and short game tips.
We talk about chipping with your weight on your front leg. Here the easy way to do that. Address the ball with your feet together than stand only on your front leg. To balance on just your front leg you’ll find you’ll need to shift your hips toward the target. (Your front hip will actually be outside (toward the target) your front ankle. That’s exactly the position (except you can put your back foot down) that you should be in when chipping. That position ensures that you keep most all you weight on your front leg. BTW, the main reason you need to keep most all your weight on your front leg is CONSISTENCY. When you keep your weight on your front leg your upper body doesn’t’ move around as much and the bottom of your swing arc become much, much more consistent. The Simple Golf Chipping system is a core (shoulders, chest & abdomen) powered system. We talk mostly about the shoulders but in fact we’re using all the large muscles of the core. Using “large muscles” is a much more consistent and accurate method of chipping than trying to depend on the small twitchy muscles of the hands, wrists and arm.
Try hitting all your short game shots at least from 50 yards in (maybe more) with your feet together and your weight on your front leg. I guarantee that will not only improve your consistency but it will also dramatically improve your accuracy.
More Free Golf Video:
To see the whole Simple Swing Short Game DVD Video (normally $29) online for FREE. Just register for the Simple Golf Forum here now. It reviews chipping then it covers short and long pitches, lob shots and sand shots.
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