One club for three different chip shots.
If you are currently suffering from a loss in confidence or are new in the golf game and looking
to develop a consistend chipping technique, the answer is to use your pitching wedge for trouble-free shots around the green. Simply moving the ball back or forward in your stance will increase
or decrease the loft of your wedge. You just concentrate on producing exactly the same movement for each shot—wheather it is a low runner or one requiring loft.
Better chipping with the right equipment.
The type of club and the ball you use can have influence on your chip results. Nearly all good
players prefer a forged clubhead and a ball with a relatively soft cover to enable them to “feel” the shot off the club face.