First up is Piers' tip for using a wall to keep your head and other body parts still for more stability in your putting stroke. You'd be surprised how many little movements you can eliminate with a little time practicing this drill.
Next is a tip that is geared to help fix your chipping technique. If you find yourself digging too much into the turf, or thinning too many chips, Piers will show you how an alignment rod and a little space can help fix those problems. Now you can stop getting too steep, or too shallow.
Finally, Piers shows you how to "hug the wall" with your swing path while chipping to produce clean, crisp and consistent descending strikes.
Use all three of these tips next time you practice and watch your short game become more consistent.