Joel reviewed this product on 09/13/11 The rule as far as chippers being legal is fairly simple, they have to be like any other club/wedge other then the putter, as in they must have only one club face and they must have a rounded grip not the flat surface one putters have.
Greg reviewed this product on 09/01/11 I'm a lefty so I can't use this club but I have a lefty chipper I bought elsewhere and I was under the impression these clubs were legal. Am I wrong? I was told that as long as there was only one face on the club (unlike the two-sided chipper PM sells) that the club was legal.
David rated this product on 06/23/11 Went out this morning to play the back nine and brought my just-out-of-the box hybrid chipper with no driving range breaking-in time, no warm up and no practice whatsoever. I holed one shot from 15 yards off the green, set me up for a one-putt par and gave me a bunch of par opportunities anywhere from 20 to 30 yards away from the green. Love this club. Kudos to PM as always for the great customer service. If I had one suggestion, it would be nice if the club came with optional headcover. Yes, I know the club isn't PGA sanctioned. But then again, neither is my game.
Keith rated this product on 05/26/11 I use this club from 100 yards in with no problems. I no longer hit into the sand, because my shots go straight to where I aim. Great loft. I chip very close to the hole with this club. Don't let the golf snobs keep you from using a chipper. If they say you should learn to use the "right" clubs to chip, just ask them if they use modern drivers, or do they use the "right" clubs, the real wood drivers.
Ken rated this product on 08/10/10 I'm new to golf but I've had an EZRoll putter and this club is so much better. I like the extra loft and control I get with it. Not sure if its because of the off centered shaft but it does seem easier to control the ball and get the shot I'm looking for. I would definately recommend this club to anyone having problems with their short game. Its also great on poorly managed greens, you can chip it most of the way with the accuracy of a putter. I'm also thinking about getting another one just in case you stop selling them for some crazy reason.