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Heres how to strike your fairway woods pure. If you would like to stop topping your fairway woods, get the ball up in the air or simply improve the overall strike then this training should really hit the spot


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Peter Brewer says:

This is correct. Bobby Jones also recommended hitting down with woods. Nuf said!

Alan West says:

Thanks Danny great stuff! Can the same be said of hybrids? I have a 21 deg and 24 deg hybrid and a 3 wood. No 5 nor 7 wood. Should I consider changing hybrids for fairway woods? Incidentally I constantly top my hybrids except off a tee.

riffbird says:

great one danny maude this video helped me a lot

David Tasker says:

Hi Danny great video! Quick question I could really do with your advice with..

I’ve recently had my first fit and was fitted with 3 Different shaft weights in my hybrid (CB70) 3 Wood (tour 75) and driver (tour 65)

I was really happy with the ball flights, numbers etc just wonders if this was common or not to have different weighted shafts for each one?


Thank You Danny that was a very Good Video I do hit the 5 wood longer then the 3 wood thanks for the Info.

Tosser Jones says:

any tips for hitting 3 wood off a tee please. I try Driver concept but struggle for consistency. Would appreciate tips on ball position, tee height, and any other factors. Thanks a bunch and keep up the fantastic job you are doing for us previous hackers

Norm Whinnery says:

Great video! I noticed at setup you move your hands forward just before starting the backswing. I was told (by a pro) to keep the hands and grip centered like with a driver. Well, centered is just not working for me. Now I will try a slight forward shaft lean at setup. Thank you Danny!

Lanell johnson Sr says:

Appreciate all the tips they are what I needed to improve in three weeks I've got distance, driving straighter and higher shots my irons land softer from higher shots feeling good

Melissa Tompkins says:

Hi Danny, am surprised you said if you’re not hitting your 3 wood 220 yds then you should use a 5 or 7 wood. Many of us struggle to hit our driver any further than 200yds. I can hit my 3 wood, off the tee or the deck, felt that the comment was unnecessary.

William Gleeson says:

Great tip Danny. It’s working for me ????. William

Jim Davis says:

I hope this helps someone – I found moving the ball back until you strike it correctly, (that is hitting down into it), will help, without changing anything else. Personally I hit all my balls further back than most, except my driver. That gives me a more consistently good strike with irons and woods. I found that NOT trying to change my swing is key. I've been golfing a long time so my swing is automatic and a good swing. I just struggled because I had the ball a bit too far forward. My ball positions are : 5 iron middle, 7 half way to right foot, 9 inside right foot, etc. For 5 wood ball is just forward of middle, all woods a bit more forward than irons. Keep your head down and staring at the ball!

Clare O'Brien says:

Going to try tomorrow, wish me luck

Ryan James says:

The marker pen visual aid is brilliant! The piece of cardboard to fix your slice was a fresh twist on a classic, and it fixed my last driver malfunction. Both lessons would probably be enjoyable to even the low hadicappers out there in their darkest hours.

Verycool Landwave says:

Add closeups! Can’t see the marks you put on the club.

Anders Sjöstrand says:

Way to much ….talk! Just sum it up dude!!

vinegate says:

excellent video thank you very much – what would you say about technique in using the wood off a tee ( in my case a 4 wood)? Thank you in anticipation

Peter Duncan says:

Do you have any tips for Left Hand golfers

SuperDieseldriver says:

Brill thanx Danny?⛳

Roger McDonald says:

Was Never sure if I should be hitting down or level with a Threewood. Good lesson. Happen to see a very short video from JB Holmes who made the exact point that you did – to hit slightly down on the fairway wood

lawrencecua says:

Its quite silly to add the explanation wordings exactly at the position of the ball, which is most important for this video!

Ross Duff says:

Great lesson, as always! I have been sharing your Videos on here with friends. Also, there are people at the driving range with ALL kinds of maladies in their iron and driver and wood swings, specially older people like me! I have told them of your youtube and facebook pages!! I KNOW you will help them a lot. You have helped me immensely!! My drives are creeping toward 250 yrads!! I place I thought I'd NEVER get to!! Thanks Danny!! You ae the best!!!

James Brock says:

What do you mean by the front part and the back part of the club?

Jan Mulder says:

Great instruction! Thanks a lot, again!

I am Fodder says:

I've been struggling with hitting my woods off the ground, mostly hitting behind the ball and low loft. This explained the problem perfectly. Having a visual aid of how to hit the ball correctly helped, and I've seen immediate improvement. Thank you for the instruction.

Roger Toye says:

pulling left, well struck and long but off the fairway

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