In golf, an offset refers to the club head being slightly behind the shaft when the shaft is straight, and this naturally encourages the golfer to have the bottom of his swing on the target side of the ball. Learn about starting with the hands in front of the ball with a golf club that has no offset with help from a member of the PGA National Teaching Committee in this free video on hitting irons.
Expert: Jay Golden
Bio: Jay Golden has been a PGA Member since 1982, and was selected for the PGA National Teaching Committee in 1988.
Filmmaker: Suzie Vigon