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Hearing your buddies say to just hit down onto the ball and take a divot may be great advice, if you know what they’re actually talking about. Novice players who are interested in pure iron shots need to actually position themselves to be able to deliver such results on the course.
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The first step to setting up your swing when using iron clubs concerns getting the ball in line with the left side of your chest. Most players will find it impossible to hit down onto the ball if it rests high in their stance. Moving backward in your setup will provide zero relief in this specific situation..
Once you’ve properly set up your swing and aligned with the golf ball, you must focus your efforts on maintaining position so you can swing down and through the ball. Most players will feel the need to straighten themselves up, which seems natural to our bodies. The same golfers may try to lift the ball because of the difficulties associated with maintaining posture while rotating your body.
You’ll want to also ensure that you’re pushing your lead side towards the target during the swing. While trying to pure your iron shots, this move will prohibit your body from stalling out prior to impact, which would typically scoop the ball off of the ground. The best iron players on any professional tour typically charge their swing with their lead side. This includes extending their lead arm and pushing forward with the full force of their body.
If you’re hitting fat shots with your irons, you most likely are not shifting your lead foot correctly during the downswing transition.
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