I like to pick a hole on the practice green, then visualize where I want the ball to land and roll out to the hole. Then, I will place a towel slightly off the area I’m trying to fly the ball to. Then I’ll hit the shot to find out if I was correct. If yes, I’ll change targets. If I hit my spot and the ball finishes nowhere near the hole, I’ll change clubs or change my landing area. It’s good to practice both hitting a higher lofted chip as well as one which will have more roll. I feel to be a good chipper, you need to have the ability to hit a high soft shot and also have a shot that will roll more.