How to Hit Irons in Golf For Beginners

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How would you like to stay in posture through the swing?! How do we get the right feelings for the swing? For those looking to stay in their swing plane, this video on How to Hit Irons in Golf For Beginners is for you. We have the golf swing and your total game boiled down to the 5 most important keys in our Top Speed Golf System. For those looking to make stronger contact we'll cover how to stay in posture and how important it is for connection, while improving key fundamentals! Let's gain real control of our game. Be able to hit any shot in golf! We’ll teach you.

I look forward to working with you much more in the future with Top Speed Golf. Good luck with your golf.

Clay Ballard

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kawaii cat mochi says:

Thanks Clay for being hardworking and diligent for making videos so that I won't always depend on my coach always and to correct my mistakes I hope you can make more videos to help us amateurs improve our golf shots.

kata intaratanapol says:

nice.. ezzz

Oscar C says:

Good that only one of you guys speaks in the video. No time wasting banter.

robo931 says:

Michael really utilized that mic pack he was wearing!

But in all seriousness, solid advice as usual. Holding the face open is a swing killer unless you're trying to play a massive slice.

ABshookme says:

I understand that this is special for beginners, but when I study pros at for
instance V1 Golf it looks like shoulders are more horizontal after impact??

Ryan Horenci says:

I have a problem with striking it in the heel with my irons but not with my driver. Why is that

charly yoo says:

Great video Clay

nahshon cline says:

Thanks Clay! This is just the type of video I need. This is my new living room favorite drill. I'm gonna do millions of these until it helps me hit the consistently. I feel as a beginner my golf game is stuck because its hard to attempt to improve when there isn't a consistent strike to build off of. If you asked me what my usual miss is, my answer wouldn't be a push, a pull, a slice, or a hook. My answer would be the ball. 33.3% I hit fat, 33.3% I hit thin, and the rest when I do make contact they go everywhere. Thanks for another great video targeted towards beginners to hopefully move my game in the right direction so that I can implement all the other cool stuff you teach in your other videos.

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