How To Strike Your Irons Like A Tour Pro (Use These 3 Drills) no matter your age or ability

Would you like to strike your irons like a tour pro or at least learn how to hit a golf ball properly with an iron?

My wife Laura who has just to started learn how to play golf was probably asking the same questions as you:

How do I hit a golf ball with an Iron? How can I learn to strike my irons pure every time? How do I stop hitting the ground behind the golf ball? How can I figure out what Im doing wrong when I hit a bad shot?

Sound familiar?

In this weeks golf instruction Im going to show you how to make ball first contact consistently and more importantly give you 3 drills you can use that will ensure you can do this on your own without the need to pay a coach like me to look over your shoulder.

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This golf lesson provides a couple of wonderful drills to help you strike a ball with an iron. If you are looking for how to hit a ball straight with an iron, or want to know how to hit the ball first with irons then these golf drills will give you much better golf ball contact so that you can strike your irons pure.

I believe they are the easiest and best golf irons drills you can use

Also get to see the golf ball contact in slow motion

17 thoughts on “How To Strike Your Irons Like A Tour Pro (Use These 3 Drills) no matter your age or ability

  1. Hi @dannymaude, I used to hit the ground a tad bit behind the ball, then I try to move my sternum forward ard do get the ball-then-turf contact but why do I sometimes top the ball and miss the turf completely, what do I actually need to do?

  2. Danny I have not been able to play golf for 22 months for health issues. Started hitting into my net at home after finding your training videos the last few months. Your ability to teach the golf swing in a simple and clear manner is outstanding. Thanks to you I am at 67 able to enjoy golf again. Thanks so much
    Roger M.

  3. Hi Danny, Thanks a lot for your tips! In my case, my ball is hit in a very "shallow" way (O° of angle in average). So I'm able to miss the towel and miss the tee too…:D I have the impression that I'm not able to keep any lag during my swing, I'm just able to hit with my hand and my club perfectly aligned. My contacts and distances are quite good on average, but from time to time I'm taking the ball to "thin" so I would like definitively to get a more descending angle… Any other drill that I could use to feel that my club is going "down" (currently I'm not really managing my club during the downswing as it is quite fast…>90mph for 7 iron)? 🙂

  4. Hi Danny, Great towel and tee tip. When I took golf lessons many years ago, my golf instructor told me also to use a tee in front of the ball and then hit the the ball and tee. Similar to your two tee tip, to check whether my club face is square at impact, after the backswing, I swing forward to the impact position to check whether my club face is square. If not, I had to adjust my grip slightly. This especially helped to correct my hybrids from pulling them left. I had to open the club face a little at setup and then they were square at impact. Thanks fir all your tips.

  5. There is no one who has analysed our problems (ambitious recreational golfers) better and can explain the main mistakes. I have watched many VIDs, but could not implement it. Danny is for me the best golf whisperer on YouTube.

  6. Danny you are soooooo close to a half million subscribers. I’m trying my hardest to help you get there because your instruction has completely revolutionized my game I can’t help but share!

    As a teacher myself, I have absolutely respect for your ability to design a well-organized, easy to understand lesson. You are amazing at what you do!

    That new YouTube plaque should be coming any time now. And well, deserved my friend. Thank you for sharing your gifts with us.

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