GOLF: How To Hit Your Irons More Solid With These Impact Drills

How To Hit Your Irons More Solid With These Impact Drills

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I’ve learned through my golf coaching that there is a lack of awareness of where you should be at impact – your body, your hands and the golf club. If you don’t know where you are supposed to be at impact or have a clear understanding of what that feels like, the odds of you getting there is pretty small. That’s the idea behind the impact drills in this video. I’ll take you through what your impact position should look like and how to gain an awareness of – and how to practice and train in – those feels.


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