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When you are confronted by a chip to a hole located on an uphill slope, always use a five or a six iron so the ball’s on the deck fast.

When you are confronted by a chip to a hole located on an uphill slope, always use a five or a six iron so that you can get the ball down on the deck and running as soon as possible.
Lofted clubs like sand and putting wedges will cause the ball to stop on the hill, making them more risky unless your distance control is exceptional.
Most pro teachers will tell you that you should learn to chip with all your irons – and even with some of your fairway woods and rescue clubs.
The more options you have the better your chances of getting close with your chips.

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