HOW THE CHIPPING EQUATION WORKS
As you approach the green, you see that your ball has missed the putting surface but there is a clear path to the hole (no hazards to go over). Approach your ball with the only two clubs the Chipping Equation calls for, plus your putter. You then pace off the number of paces/steps to reach the hole.
THAT NUMBER OF STEPS WILL TELL YOU IMMEDIATELY WHICH OF THE TWO CLUBS IS APPROPRIATE TO USE FOR THAT DISTANCE (TRY NOT TO STEP ON OTHER PLAYER’S LINES).
You then select that appropriate club and apply the simple formula for that club, which will give the player a precise number of steps (usually 4-5-6-7 paces) as your calculated landing spot!
The player then comes to the ball, get’s set up in the Chipping Equation precise setup and weight distribution, (not difficult but precise) makes a couple practice strokes to rehearse the length of the stroke that will fit the calculated landing spot,(4-5-6-7 paces) then moves up to his/her ball and executes a stroke just like they have rehearsed. The golf ball then lands on the calculated landing spot and simply starts rolling as the magic of HORIZONTAL MOMENTUM takes over and the ball rolls toward the hole finishing 2-3-4 feet from the cup, OR IN THE CUP!
THE LAWS OF HORIZONTAL MOMENTUM ARE PREDICTABLE! VERTICAL MOMENTUM, WITH INCONSISTENT LOB WEDGES, IS NOT PREDICTABLE!
The Chipping Equation system will accommodate a wide variety of shots again because of the predictability of horizontal momentum. The system will work out to an amazing length of 50 yards as long a the path to the hole is on fairway or light rough!
REMEMBER, THE GOLF BALL DOESN’T KNOW THE TOPOGRAPHY OR DISTANCE A PLAYER IS ASKING IT TO TRAVERSE. THE GOLF BALL ONLY KNOWS ONE THING, HOW MUCH ENERGY IS PUT TO IT! THEREFORE, ALMOST ANY SHOT AROUND THE GREEN CAN BE CALCULATED AS A SIMPLE HORIZONTAL LANDING SPOT AND THE POTENTIAL FOR DISASTER LARGELY PREVENTED!
THE PREDICTABILITY OF YOUR CHIPPING CAN BE A FOUNDATION FOR YOUR GOLF GAME OVER A CAREER AND THE ENVY OF YOUR FRIENDS AND COMPETITORS.