Here are the main points from the video:
- Jordan sets up as he normally would for a short shot, with his weight slightly more on his lead foot. He moves the ball just slightly back of center toward his trail foot.
- He says he has the clubface slightly open although a square face is okay. Since the open face would give it a bit more spin, I imagine you'd want to open the face on shots where the green runs down away from you, and perhaps square the face on uphill greens.
- Finally, Jordan says you're aiming to land the ball in a 3-foot circle.
One other point: This is not a "hinge and hold" shot. Although you don't want to flip your wrists at the ball, the way you might when playing a flop shot, you do want to unhinge your wrists as you strike the ball. You hinge your wrists on the way back, then you unhinge them as you strike the ball. The shaft should be in a straight line with your lead forearm at impact or just past the ball. And yes, that will guarantee that you're still accelerating the club when you hit the ball.
A very cool shot to have in your arsenal, demonstrated by one of the Tour's best chippers.