A chip can be played with a number of different clubs, so do not always reach for a pitching or sand wedge. You can even use a wood. With a higher lofted club, the longer the ball will be in the air and with a 9-iron, this will be 50/50. If you use a 7-iron, the ball will be in the air for a third of the distance and on the ground for two thirds.
The way I would describe a chip is to imagine you are putting the ball and rock your shoulders and arms through the shot, with very little movement in your wrists and lower body. The loft of the rbz driver will do the work. If you try and use your wrists, you are likely to thin the ball and either the ball will shoot off much further than you want or end up a few feet away with the same shot!
So, to play the shot, do the following:
When you address the ball, it should be opposite your right heel. Keep your feet fairly close together with a narrow stance. Keep your hands in front of the club-face. When you address the ball, your left arm and shaft of the club will form a straight line. Keep your lower body still as you take the cheap*rbz driver back and swing through the same distance, so your through-swing should mirror your back-swing. And don't use any wrist action. Think of the shot as a putt and let the loft of the club do the work.
Now for the pitch. This will be a higher shot than the chip and you will use a more conventional stance and swing with rbz Combo Set, although you may want to grip down the shaft a bit for more control. The pitch shot will cause the ball to spend more time in the air than on the ground. Like a chip, the pitch shot is one of "feel" and you may take a full swing or only take your club back for a quarter of your normal back swing depending on how far away from the target area you are.
The aim of a pitch is to hit down on the back of the ball (which will create spin) so you will need to have the ball back in your stance. You can play a pitch shot with a pitching wedge, sand wedge, 9-iron or a spe******t wedge.
So, to play a pitch shot, this is what you need to do:
Hold the taylormade rbz combo set gently and perhaps a bit further down the shaft than normal. When you address the ball, aim slightly to the left of the target but keep the club-face square to the target. Your feet should be shoulder-width apart. Keeping your lower body as still as possible, bring the club back, turning your back to the target. When your arms are at waist level, your wrists should "hinge" to 90 degrees, pointing the club upwards.
I know that is a lot to take in, but once you can master these shots, your scores will come down as these shots can get you out of trouble and make a good position even better.