The iron clubs are the scoring clubs. Learn how to hit more greens in regulation and make more birdies by proficient iron play
Hitting lower iron shots against the wind is a must have shot to learn. Taking spin off the ball or loft from the club is the thing to strive for. Learn how here in this video
Wedge play is all about distance control and accuracy NOT about how far you actually can hit a wedge. Here is a simple tip that has been used forever to help you gain control on those shots from 100 yards and in.
In this video I discuss the divot- where it starts- the lowpoint of the swing & how you should be able to learn to strike the ball first and the ground second.
How does the path of the swing play a role in the clubface direction at impact? - Learn more about it in this latest video
Those that have taken lessons from me or worked through drill eight of my drill series know the intention of what the swing does beyond the ball will help determine the trajectory and shape of the ball- as it will alter the downswing and impact to suit. Tiger Woods discusses how he learned to control his flights- and it's simpler than you may think
How did I alter the distance I needed to hit a specific iron shot when I played on tour? The trick is the footwork- and the pressure
Controlling the distance you hit your irons is the single most important element to better golf and better scores. I don't care how far you hit each iron so long as you can hit them well enough that they tend to carry and stop close to the same yardage each time.
Knowing the yardage for an approach shot is only one consideration when selecting what club is the best choice to get the result you desire. Watch the video below to learn how I make my decision of what club to hit into the greens.
The direction a golf ball starts is related to clubface orientation at strike. The shot shape or curvature is mainly based on the swing path or direction. Having trouble with hooks and slices or pulls or blocked shots- watch the following video.