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This video shows you the difference between the iron swing and the driver swing. There are golfers out there that can hit their driver well but struggle to strike their irons and vice versa.

This golf lesson shows you exactly how to set up for both your driver swing and iron swing and then gives you 2 golf drills that can have you striking both your irons and woods so much sweater.


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Thanks for stopping by. I created this website as a resource just for you to support you on your golfing journey as I know how tricky learning this game can be…to say the least!

I personally found learning the game too long and difficult in the early days. I read all the books, watched all the videos but my game was not improving. Then after studying various forms of neuro science, motor learning, psychology and personal development in less than two years I went from struggling golfer to the final stage of the Open Championship.

On YouTube and my personal website ( I will bring you the most up to date training, training that is getting tangible results for my clients right now. I don’t know where you are in your golfing journey, you could be just starting out or maybe your body isn’t as flexible as it once was or you’ve got ambitions to slash your handicap. Wherever you are I’ve created a place here you can learn, share your ideas, ask questions and get all the support you need to enjoy this great game.


Be prepared though. If its a quick fix you are after Im not your man. Here I will give you step-by-step advice that you can take straight to the practice ground and apply to the course but it will require you to get stuck in, screw up…a lot, practice some more and then watch those scores tumble

I’ve had the pleasure of coaching thousands of students all around the world and if you are up for the challenge and are ready to get in the game…LETS GO TO WORK!



Jacob R says:

Quick question for you Danny. I am really getting into different wrist actions and angles and wanted to get your opinion on something. Does it make sense to you as far as a technique to cock the wrists in the backswing and then hinge them coming down? My normal swing I do a little more of just simply a hinge with the right wrist and the swing is super easy to me. But I noticed that if I really want to crush an iron or hit into the wind or something I can cock the wrists going back and then hinge it coming down and I get a lot of lag in a really compressed ball flight.

Malachy Gordon says:

Thanks Danny Im returning to play golf after forty years away from it excited but ahh so many things have changed from my youth days Des Smyth helped me then Laytown and Bettytown GC 1975 long time ago

Shwebo Tiger says:

We need more golf theory.

laird henchey says:

Haven’t played any golf for quite a few yrs…!

Kyle Marsh says:

My personal issue is I strike my irons very consistent with a slight fade.. but then my driver it translates to a nasty slice. So my issue isn't really about hitting down vs hitting up on the ball, it's more of a L/R gear effect going on

I think my issue is with my right elbow position: I keep it locked against my right rib cage (because it makes a consistent swing) which is great for irons. Doesn't translate to the longer clubs like woods and driver's because magnifies the fade to a bad slice.

What do you think? Do you have any advice for that situation? Can I not lock my right elbow against my right rib cage for driver then?

Blake Hardy says:

It is most certainly possible to hit a driver straight up in the air.

Wesley England says:

Your instructions are the best. The video of the take away really helped me a lot

Stan Burtt says:

Great basic info , thanks. How high should i tee up the ball for a driver?

Michael Ye says:

You have very helpful points. As in a different perspective, I'd like to think that I'm hitting my driver like my seven iron. The biggest difference would be the setup and the length of the swing.

cajunO21 says:

Awsome iron training suggestion.

The funny thing about the driving tee suggestion is Ive done that but not for striking purposes but for checking club path direction. Now it has a duel purpose.

Jon Jon says:

Can’t hit irons off the floor. Fine off the tee. Second shot is always a nightmare. Always thin contact ball goes 60 yards scuttling across the ground. Drives me mad. I don’t like bending my knee to adjust for the small irons. Why can’t all club shafts be same length ?

Bill Wrench says:

Thank you!!!

steven hackett says:

How does your setup  look from behind the ball, looking down the target line as opposed to face on. Is your spine angle at about 90 degrees to the clubshaft at address with a driver, and the same for a wedge ? I can hit either my irons fairly well or my driver fairly well, and about once a year both !

Martin Johnson says:

Best video I've seen! Superb

Frank Muscente says:

Easy to understand, love the visuals with the towel. Nice job on this video!

Dermot Walsh says:

Thanks Danny, perfectly explained without over complicating anything.

Kevin Sturzaker says:

Danny can't hit my driver to save myself would love to know what I'm doing wrong really need help ??????



10:18 AM (4 hours ago)

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I do the drills at Home and Hit the golf ball good. When I get to the golf course and start to play I am ether scare to try what I did at home and It does not work on the golf course.

Do You have any suggestions?

Jim Madonna

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