...then you probably don't know these posture secrets!

If you think the only difference between Chipping and Pitching is: Distance, Trajectory, and Spin... You are only focusing on the symptoms of ball-flight vs. how the body is moving differently to create these two shots! OR: If you think that the difference is you add wrist hinge to a Pitch - You are adding an extra variable you must time correctly - and if you don’t, it can cause fat/thin shots!

In Your Chipping And Pitching Course You Will Learn:

  • Copy The Setup Secret That Ensures Crisp Contact For EVERY Shot Around The Green!
  • The Simple Biomechanical differences between Chipping and Pitching...
  • Learn to calibrate distance for all short game shots!
  • How to hit chip shots against the grain!
  • Learn to control trajectory and spin for all short game shots!
  • Master hitting shots from all lies; above/below/sidehill with ease! 
  • Hit 'controlled' sky-high flop shots
  • Learn how to manage soft shots from deep rough...
  • AND MORE!

Do you think the only way to hit a flop shot is to open the face and quickly set the wrists?

Watch this video for a simple setup secret to master your control of trajectory, spin, angle of attack, and bounce!

The path to becoming a short game expert has never been easier! Copy the EXACT secrets I use to sharpen the short games of the best players in the world! 

Curriculum

  • 2

    The Backswing

    • Central Rotation

    • What do the hands do?

    • Common Errors

  • 3

    The Downswing

    • The Difference Between Chipping and Pitching

    • Common Errors

  • 4

    Distance Calibration

    • Restriction Point Technique

    • Changing Clubs

    • Choking Down

  • 5

    Spin and Trajectory Control

    • Trajectory Control

    • Spin Control

  • 6

    Lies and Conditions

    • The Uphill Lie

    • The Downhill Lie

    • Ball Above Your Feet

    • Ball Below Your Feet

    • Tight Lies

    • Against The Grain

  • 7

    Specialty Shots

    • The Bump And Run

    • The Flop Shot

About Your Instructor

Top PGA Tour Coach

Eric Kaplan

Eric Kaplan is the founder of AXYS Golf - the ideal way to golf as validated by top doctors and biomechanics experts from The Mayo Clinic and trusted by Major Championship winners.

Skills

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  • The fundamental differences between Chipping and Pitching

  • Three ways to control your distance control around the green!

  • Common mistakes that cause fat and thin shots!

  • How to master your control of trajectory and spin!

  • How to hit flop shots - and navigate deep rough!

  • How to handle grain around the green!

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Reviews

5 star rating

Really good info

Johnny Carruth

Lots of good information in this chapter with excellent instruction on how to make all kinds of shots. The restriction point technique is smart. I can't wa...

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Lots of good information in this chapter with excellent instruction on how to make all kinds of shots. The restriction point technique is smart. I can't wait for warmer weather to go out and measure my wedges for chips and pitches. I don't practice or play enough to maintain a good feel for distances so this approach, while mechanical, seems very reliable. I know I will benefit from the lesson on various lies and conditions. I get myself in trouble regularly and this instruction gives me better technique on how to escape.

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5 Stars!

candido deborja jr

Great teachings Needs to practice Very informative, innovative and right Recommending it to my friends

Great teachings Needs to practice Very informative, innovative and right Recommending it to my friends

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Chipping and Pitching

John Faris

Another excellent video, detailed instruction covering multiple situations for chipping and pitching.

Another excellent video, detailed instruction covering multiple situations for chipping and pitching.

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Chipping and pitching

rich thomann

Need to revisit the course. Of all the courses this requires the most work! I have not mastered this quite yet!

Need to revisit the course. Of all the courses this requires the most work! I have not mastered this quite yet!

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Grayling Richard

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Very good!

Jonathan Colbeck

This was a very good program. I enjoyed the fact of not having to change much of anything for consistent results! It has been eye opening to be able to use t...

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This was a very good program. I enjoyed the fact of not having to change much of anything for consistent results! It has been eye opening to be able to use the same swing speed, and length of back swing/follow through motion for chipping, just have to change clubs for distance control.

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After all these years...

Phil Smelley

Very helpful. This is where I decided to start the course. Who knew that posture was the key to everything?

Very helpful. This is where I decided to start the course. Who knew that posture was the key to everything?

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Handicap Coming Down

Wiley McIlrath

This course has been excellent. When I miss a shot, instead of guessing, I just go through my set up routine. I am now calibrating my distances and expect go...

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This course has been excellent. When I miss a shot, instead of guessing, I just go through my set up routine. I am now calibrating my distances and expect good results.

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another great program!

WILLIAM BOE

Eric, I have worked with a number of great teachers, including Leadbetter (1985-1991), Simon Holmes, Mitchell Spearman, the late Paul Runayan, Mike Bender, ...

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Eric, I have worked with a number of great teachers, including Leadbetter (1985-1991), Simon Holmes, Mitchell Spearman, the late Paul Runayan, Mike Bender, Mel Sole, and my friend Martin Sludds, who twice won the Irish PGA, and now teaches in North Myrtle Beach. The primary focus of these sessions was the long game and I have improved despite advancing age, but the scoring has not. For me, the key to scoring is from 50 yards in. Martin asked me what I thought about when I stand over a chip shot, and after a long pause I admitted that I was thinking of nothing, and simply trying to feel the shot with often disastrous results. Your system gives me the key things I need to concentrate on in practice to build a consistent routine and muscle memory which I can take to the golf course. They involve building a consistent foundation for the swing, which controls the myriad of variable that can go wrong. Also, your focus on the uphill, down hill, side hill, ball below the feet, above the feet situations is excellent. The idea of controlling the swing through the center of the core, meaning the shoulder blades as opposed to the hands and pulling rather than pushing causes me to question one aspect of the full swing which is whether on the forward swing, after the turning of the hips and the dropping of the elbow to the right hip, the shoulders should be activated by a pulling of the left shoulder, as opposed to a rotating of the right shoulder. I am still at sea on that one. Thanks again Eric for another great video. Best regards, Bill.

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Perfection

Douglas Quagliaroli

Was practicing my chipping using the AXYS TRAINING information and was amazed at how accurate I was during the session.

Was practicing my chipping using the AXYS TRAINING information and was amazed at how accurate I was during the session.

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