How To Hit Long Irons Better With A Simple Golf Drill With Golf Monthly top 25 coach, Alistair Davies.
How to play long irons better and rip them.
The golf swing does not vary that much through the bag.
What occurs is more of a change conceptually.
By golfers trying to lift the ball up in the air is one of the biggest errors we see by players of all levels.
So one of the most effective and simple tips to hit better long irons is to play it and imagine it the same as a 7 or 6 iron.
There are though some subtle set up and tactics required for crisp long iron shots, but as an important general rule, play your 3,4 and 5 iron the same as a 7.
I wager you are confident with the 7 iron… Most people are. It’s the common iron that golfers use when practicing and it’s a comfortable full swing with a solid ball strike.
Try this simple golf drill for better long iron play.
Placing a tee beg a club width after the ball will encouge a swing path that lets the sweetpot become a prime objective.
Ball position in under your left chest. Hands inside the left thigh, ever so slightly ahead of the ball.
The objective is to strike the ball and the tee peg that is set down the line, after the ball.
If you do not strike the tee peg and make it dissapear, it means you are not commiting thruogh the ball and extending an.
Commitment to the shot
7 Iron mentally and confidence
Positive attitude that you wills ee the shot sail long and high and straight
Don’t steer the golf shot.
Don’t try and lift the shot into the air.
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