TWO BIG MISTAKES GOLFERS MAKE WITH THEIR IRONS

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This video gives you two of the biggest mistakes golfers make with their irons. So many golfers struggle to strike their irons consistently often striking behind hind the golf ball and failing to get a ball turf contact.

This video reveals how most golfers are trying to improve their strike in the wrong way and suggests a proven alternative that dramatically improves ball striking and distance.

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Comments

Adriaan Van Eyndhoven says:

Best Youtube golfing instruction out there. I went to the range after this video. Added the tip that the down swing starts with the lower legs and keep your knees together. I was striping it. Ballflights 30% higher then normal and a really good distance.

hitdog042 says:

This certainly works for many. However I don't do this and I hit my irons as far and accurate as anyone I play with. All I do is focus on putting as much pressure on my gloved thumb as I can and it's a crisp shot. I don't hit 170 yard 8-irons , but they do go 145 and that's plenty far enough.

I guess there's more than one way to skin a cat. I have next to no "freeness" in my wrists.

Joseph Greenberg says:

very helpful for my precise issues

Paul Goodier says:

2 big mistakes I made…..buying golf clubs and trying to get better at it for 45 years lol

Brian Pope says:

Does this "lightness of grip" apply to woods and short game also?

crowland says:

Great explanation mate. Can’t wait to get out there and free things up!!

Steve Nease says:

Drinking Game! Take a shot every time he says 'Right?'. HIC!

Jack Meehan says:

Painfull. I could have played two holes in the time it took to explain this simple move

Tyrrelli says:

Please stop saying "right?" all the time Danny. It distracts. Thanks.

Thomas Weber says:

Lovely setting for the video. Great content!

Ritu Kumar says:

Thank you that's superb

is that a fact says:

light bulb moment trying this, soft hands oily wrists =power awesome

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