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Tuesday, May 28, 2024

THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN PITCHING AND CHIPPING

Pitching

Chipping

Grip: Normal Full Swing Grip is more in your palm
Grip Pressure:Normal Full SwingNormal Full Swing
Stance:Narrow, Slightly Open Normal Shaft AngleNarrow, Slightly Open Shaft Angle More Vertical
Ball Position:
1 Club Head Length Inside Your Left Heel
Just Inside Right Heel
Body Weight:
Left Leg
Left Leg
Stroke:
A+B+C
A+B+C
Position A
Backswing
Arm swing + Sholder Turn Wrist Set A slight pelvis turn Weight  Stays on left leg
Arm and Sholder turn Now wrist set, it's already set quiet low body going back Weight stays on left leg
Position B
Impact
Lower case "y" Arm swing + Shoulder trun maintain wrist set Pelvis turns to left Weigh Stays on Left leg
Lower Case "y" Arm and shoulder turn Hold wrist set Pelvis truns to left Weigh stays on left leg
Position C
Forward swing
Lower case "y" Arm swing + Shoulder trun Maintain lower case "y" Release wrist set Estend arms off body Pelvis truns left Weight stays on left leg
Lower case "y" Arm and shoulder trun Maintain Lower case"y" Hold wrist set Low Finish Pelvis release Weight stas on left leg
Clubs you use:
Gap Wedge
Sand wedge
Lob wedge
7 iron
8 iron
9 iron
Pitching wedge
Sand wedge
Lob wedge
Teaching aids:
2x4 wood about 2 ½ feet in lenght  and PVC pipe


Narrow, Slightly Open

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