Actually, good greenside chipping is the ability to select the proper club. Once you get the right club in hands, it will be easier for you to do a chipping. A "chip shot" in golf is a shot played from close to the green, usually within a few yards of the putting surface, that results in the ball popping into the air, then hitting the ground and rolling forward. Chip shots are typically played with the ball back in the golfer's stance.
So,how hard can it be to select the right club around the green?The problem is that it IS a problem for many golfers. Actually, many of them will bring their entire bag over to the green because these would be too many clubs for them to carry individually.In my opinion, all of these clubs is the root of the entire problem.
It is not necessary to choose more than one club for chipping. Even though there are different views in the golf world over this, it's best to learn with one club if possible so you know and feel comfortable how the ball comes off that particular one.Let's look at chipping a little closer.
The thing that concerns me, however, is when golfers go about playing different length of chips with an assortment of clubs. They hit a 9-iron if the flag is 20 feet away, 8-iron thirty feet, 7-iron forty feet, etc. You should hould choose ONE club to hit all of your "bump and runs" with, and adjust for the distance with the force of your swing.It can be a 5,6,7,8,9,wedge, or sand wedge. That doesn't matter that much.
Finally, you should be awear that good golf chipping is hard enough without having to master four or five clubs. Practice with a couple at first. Hit short "bump and runs" from the fringe, then longer "bump and runs" from in front of the green. From there, decide which one you like better, which one you can control the spin better with, and ultimately which one that you can control the distance better with.
With all the things and steps ready, then the only thing left for you is to practice. You just need to take all the advices above into your next practices. Golf chipping is really a good way to practice golf, but you should never focus all your practice on it, just try your best to do it well.