Why Do I Hit Golf Iron Shots Thin (Video)
Why Do I Hit Golf Iron Shots Thin (Video) Pete Styles â?? PGA Teaching Pro Pete Styles – PGA Teaching Pro

Striking a good quality long iron from the middle of the fairway right down there on the green is a really satisfying feeling for a golfer. Likewise not doing that is quite a unsatisfying feeling maybe getting that poor thin contact where you hit low down on the face and it sends vibration through the fingers that sort of iron shot can be can be really frustrating. Particularly because now I got a five iron in the bag here I'm looking down there hundred eighty yards a really see this ball flying nicely and I top it I thin it just rolls across the ground here and I get that vibration through my fingers just to really rubbed salt in the wounds and that kind of shot happens for a lot of mid and mid handicap golfers and sometimes even low handicap golfers thinning the long irons and we look at the reasons for that happening. We look at the reasons why so for many golfers it comes down to nothing more difficult than just the fact the looking up a little bit early that I was just simply mean looking at with the head, but sometimes it's the chest comes out of the shop too early as well. So from this angle we're trying to set up nicely here we should be staying down through the impact phase and then coming out of the shot and looking up as you turn through but if the goal forgets a little bit eager to come through the ball the body pops up here and you can see from there I simply can't quite reach down to the bottom of the ball.

So I'll be coming up I'll be hitting the top of the ball because of that another area of concern particularly the long lines that you need to be checking for in your own game is the ball position too far forwards you might consider that you've head or you've read or you've always thought about the longer clubs in your bag having a more forward ball position but if that ball gets too far forward the club is simply on the rising part of the arc as it comes through and if we're on the rising part of the arc and we hit the top section of the ball and we roll the ball down to allow into the floor. So by having the ball too far forward we can encourage a top shot from there as well, but there are areas that you might consider yourself could be too much attention you could be gripping onto the golf club too tightly we could be two hands at the bottom part of the swing you know we're gripping it really tightly we're trying to flick the ball into the air and again the club is on the rise through this area. Here it could just be that you've rushed from the top you've got to the top of your swing and you've come down too quickly. So the real key focus needs to be making a smooth transition with a club that's going to come down low enough and a real focus on staying down through the hitting area and delivering a club that comes long and low through the hitting area you should be taking the bits you should be taking divots very slightly after the golf ball. So we take a little sliver of turf out of the ground after we've hit the shot my shot there came out nicely tiny little bit here around about this big just after the ball really good quality contact and I felt like I paid particular attention on staying down through that ball and hopefully following those little key tips will help you really blast those balls away with your long irons.

2018-09-10

Pete Styles â?? PGA Teaching Pro Pete Styles – PGA Teaching Pro

Striking a good quality long iron from the middle of the fairway right down there on the green is a really satisfying feeling for a golfer. Likewise not doing that is quite a unsatisfying feeling maybe getting that poor thin contact where you hit low down on the face and it sends vibration through the fingers that sort of iron shot can be can be really frustrating. Particularly because now I got a five iron in the bag here I'm looking down there hundred eighty yards a really see this ball flying nicely and I top it I thin it just rolls across the ground here and I get that vibration through my fingers just to really rubbed salt in the wounds and that kind of shot happens for a lot of mid and mid handicap golfers and sometimes even low handicap golfers thinning the long irons and we look at the reasons for that happening. We look at the reasons why so for many golfers it comes down to nothing more difficult than just the fact the looking up a little bit early that I was just simply mean looking at with the head, but sometimes it's the chest comes out of the shop too early as well. So from this angle we're trying to set up nicely here we should be staying down through the impact phase and then coming out of the shot and looking up as you turn through but if the goal forgets a little bit eager to come through the ball the body pops up here and you can see from there I simply can't quite reach down to the bottom of the ball.

So I'll be coming up I'll be hitting the top of the ball because of that another area of concern particularly the long lines that you need to be checking for in your own game is the ball position too far forwards you might consider that you've head or you've read or you've always thought about the longer clubs in your bag having a more forward ball position but if that ball gets too far forward the club is simply on the rising part of the arc as it comes through and if we're on the rising part of the arc and we hit the top section of the ball and we roll the ball down to allow into the floor. So by having the ball too far forward we can encourage a top shot from there as well, but there are areas that you might consider yourself could be too much attention you could be gripping onto the golf club too tightly we could be two hands at the bottom part of the swing you know we're gripping it really tightly we're trying to flick the ball into the air and again the club is on the rise through this area. Here it could just be that you've rushed from the top you've got to the top of your swing and you've come down too quickly. So the real key focus needs to be making a smooth transition with a club that's going to come down low enough and a real focus on staying down through the hitting area and delivering a club that comes long and low through the hitting area you should be taking the bits you should be taking divots very slightly after the golf ball. So we take a little sliver of turf out of the ground after we've hit the shot my shot there came out nicely tiny little bit here around about this big just after the ball really good quality contact and I felt like I paid particular attention on staying down through that ball and hopefully following those little key tips will help you really blast those balls away with your long irons.