Control Your Iron Shots Golf Lesson

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Control Your Iron Shots Golf Lesson. Mark Crossfield PGA professional AskGolfGuru talks about controlling your irons with speed and loft. This is a common issue with handicap golfers who are often just looking to hit the golf ball at one speed. Playing with speed, spin and trajectory is a real skill that more golfers need to have the confidence to play with. Lower your golf scores with practical golf lessons that will help all standards of golfer.

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Comments

Shaun Gatt says:

need more of these vids

BillyP1390 says:

check the sunburn out you must have walked past coaches wedges

Nick Fernley says:

I very much enjoy your videos Mark. Would you mind explaining what you mean by a "pattern"?

anthony tomasiello says:

Guys you're killing me. Less talk and more instruction

B Hull says:

"Lesson on top of a win"… Classic

Rory W says:

Moe, Larry, & Curley !

Jenks says:

Mark… You mention a cut shot a lot can you please do a video explaining what this means.. Or is this something you have already covered if so can you point me in the right direction… Ta very much Tom.

Mr Mr says:

lockey is the maaaan

Sir_Godz says:

when did the unibomber get out of jail?

Krish Nathan says:

I would argue This is quite a good skill for wedges and in between yardage a, as well as to tune trajectory and spin

David Fagan says:

Thanks for this Mark. I've always liked the ideas you guys have in your vlogs about "funking it." More about playing golf than playing golf swing. Seems like it is easy to forget that nowadays. People are so concerned about how far they hit their club, instead of understanding that a given club has a huge range of distance depending on the way it is struck.

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