The Biggest Chipping Mistake Amateur Golfers Make

In this video, we’re going to take a look at the biggest chipping mistake amateurs make, and how to avoid it.

If you’re looking to improve your golfing skills, then you need to start chipping better. In this chipping lesson from Todd Kolb, we’ll show you the biggest chipping mistake amateurs make and how to avoid it.

By following these tips, you’ll be able to chip the ball better than ever before. Whether you’re a beginner or an experienced golfer, learning how to chip is essential for your success on the golf course!


16 Replies to “The Biggest Chipping Mistake Amateur Golfers Make”

  1. @usgolftv Hi, thank you for all the information and tips you provide. I just began golfing this March and there is so much information online it is sometimes overwhelming and sometimes conflicting. What would you suggest for beginner golfers to focus on, the driver, irons, chipping or putting? Love the game and your channel.

  2. I never use wedge when chipping, always 8 iron. I very seldom leave over 2 foot putt

  3. Joe Fogarty says:

    Loved the video. You make the difficult shots explained easily.
    Regarding aircraft descending approach, pilots try to descend between 3 to 5 degrees

  4. Bob Champlin says:

    Any difference in technique chipping from tight lies versus the slight rough you have in this tip, Spending the summer in Muskogee, OK.

  5. GEORGE, HOU,TX GREAT INFO, always great tips, drills in your videos.

  6. John White says:

    John from Carleton, Michigan. Been watching all your lessons. Normally around 92 to95 golfer. The last three rounds have been 84, 81, 81. All different cources. We golf a different course every time. Only play each course about 3 times each a year.

  7. Bill Watson says:

    Durham NC – Letting the toe ‘swing’ or open on the backswing seems to me just another way of saying, “setup with the club slightly open”. I’ve found that opening up the face ever so slightly on all chips lets the bounce work easily and generally prevents digging in. Closing the club is asking for a dig.

  8. Pedro says:

    Why does Phil Mickelson or P. Harrington still recommend to put the ball forward and not so much in the middle?

  9. Proctorville Ohio. Thanks for the tips! Great video and simple to follow!

  10. L Roberts says:

    My favorite golf channel. My HC has come down 5 since I’ve been watching. Thank you

  11. Graeme Dargo says:

    Regina, Canada. Great content and well explained. Clearly you are committed and passionate about common sence golf instruction. Loved the "added bonus tip", just keep talking.

  12. Joe Andreola says:

    Your tips are simple and to the point, thank you so much, I use them all the time!!!

  13. Bill Watson says:

    3 degrees for aircraft

  14. Ocala Fl how you control speed of club for chipping

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