Hi, it's Jim Empey for LIVESTRONG.com. I'm here at Quail Hollow Golf Club in Boise, Idaho. And the reason I'm here today is to talk a little bit about the role of the left arm in chipping. And I get asked a fair number of questions about how the left arm should function in a chip and what the person should focus on with the left arm to produce a good solid shot. Remember that in a chipping action we're making a small swing. We're not looking to carry the ball a particularly long distance, we're not looking to generate a lot of energy and therefore the swing is small and economical. Therefore our left arm and particularly our left upper arm are going to stay quite close to our body. Quite close to the torso. In essence this top of the left arm and left side of the torso are going to stay together so that in the course of the chip, the arms and body work as a unit. If we can keep those connected, it's going to be simpler to make a repetitious stroke. If we can make a repetitious stroke and hit the ball solidly, we've got a great chance to be able to then judge distance and knock the shot close so we can make a putt. Good luck with that.