Learning how to chip with Chipping Pro is easy. After you have mastered the basic chip shot, and want to become even better, here are some practice games to improve your chipping, as well as make it more fun. Learn how to chip like a pro, and see you scores tumble. 

Chipping Practice Games

 
If you are practising your chipping with ChippingPro, here are some ideas on how to make it interesting, fun and to help you become as consistent as the professionals.
 
 
2 Balls
Chip 2 balls to a variety of holes.
The first chip should tell you everything you need to know about the chip shot. How will it land, roll and break? The game is to make sure your second ball finishes inside your first attempt. +1 point every time it does, -3 every time it doesnt. Try to finish on a positive score.
Focus Areas - Consistency, Visualisation and Execution under Pressure
 
 
Get In the Hole
Pick a 10 yard chip shot, the simpler the better and chip until you get 2 balls in the hole.
This will improve your consistency, and your confidence. Get used to seeing the ball go in the hole, and begin to expect it with ChippingPro.
Focus Areas - Consistency & Confidence
 
 
High or Low
With 2 balls, pick a chip shot. Hit 1 chip with a high floating trajectory, and 1 with a lower chip-and-run style. Repeat, and see which chip finishes closer more often.
This will help you have variety in your short game, and to enable you to play different shots when required. It will also help you visualise shots.
Focus Areas - Shot variety, Visualistion
 
 
Chicken
Practice playing floated chips shots by picking 1 chip shot and repeating it.
Note where every chip shot lands, and try to get the next shot to land (and then finish) closer to the hole.
Focus Areas - Touch, Shot Variety
 
 
Mano e Mano
Practice with, or against, a friend. Make it worth something. This will help create tension and pressure, the emotions you will feel in a competitive situation on the course
Focus Areas - Execution under Pressure

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