GOLF TIP – HOW TO STRIKE YOUR IRONS SOLID

How to hit you golf irons solid The fault hanging back is explained with the bad golf shots it cause and a simple golf drill to fix this to help hit your gol…
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14 Responses to “GOLF TIP – HOW TO STRIKE YOUR IRONS SOLID”

  • Thumper15:

    Thanks for another Great video guys!!!…this is always an issue early in
    the season for me, especially this year as we have had a very long
    unusually cold winter in central Texas…working on the basics!

  • LoaforDie:

    What’s a good weight transfer tip? I have a hard time, do i push off my
    back foot for a RH golfer?

  • scott crockett:

    Great video guys! Informative as always!
    

  • don blem:

    Another great drill, thanks guys. Keep up the good work.

  • Paolo Bonora:

    Aldo for the drive?

  • da skipper:

    I love it when couples dress alike.;) Great channel!

  • paul jauernik:

    Great video guys! Informative as always

  • Michael Green:

    This is defintely something that I am guilty of with irons……high ball
    flight. I dont have the thin shot issue but hanging back causes plenty high
    shots and less distance for me. Thanks for the tip guys!!

  • Lee Finguerra:

    I understand the principle of the lag. My question is on the downswing ,
    what arm leads ? I know at contact the left wrist should be flat and not
    bowed. In order for this to be true my left arm always leads, is this
    correct? My right arm is in a good position on the downswing(holding the
    angle) but i never feel the centrifugal force of the club. what am i doing
    wrong? 

  • adsfaedaer:

    how different is that iron strike compared to one with a driver

  • given name:

    That explains it. Thanks guys. 

  • deckertone:

    Thanks for doing these! They take time and effort and I am grateful for the
    info!

  • JJisCrayCray:

    Jesus, Andy has a big package