STRIKE YOUR IRONS PURE – THE ‘V’ SWING

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Learn to strike your irons pure with the ‘V” Swing. If you want to know how to compress your irons and avoid hitting the ground behind the golf ball then this golf lesson could really help.

Working out how to get the shaft lean at impact is a popular subject and one that many golfers struggle to achieve on a consistent basis.

The ‘V’ Swing will really help you to feel and and attain that elusive impact position.

I hope you enjoy.

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Ross Duff says:

You should know I have been suggesting folks follow you and your instructions on You Tube. I mentioned you in a couple of golf groups. Hope you pick up thousands of followers!! LOL I am saving this lesson as I do with all your lessons! I review them constantly! I have been fitted for single length irons from 4 to 9 and pitching wedge gap wedge and sand wedge. The length that seems to work best for me is 7 iron + 1/4. I will lose some distance on my 4 5 and 6 but gain better control. I will gain distance on my 7 8 and 9 as well as gain control. This is the plan!! The biggest trepidation I have is my wedges! By extending the shaft length I also increase the fulcrum which in turn increase the head speed and firmness of the ball strike! I will really have to practice control! the one benefit is that for the most part , the stroke for each club will be somewhat the same. Also, ease the strain on my poor old back!! I will let you know how this experiment works out!! Any advise??

Richard Brown says:

V Swing video helped a lot….at least gave me confidence, but I seem to sometimes hit shots straight left. Not too far left, but enough to be annoying – especially when hitting wedges left!! I know it is tough without seeing my swing, but what do you think I could be doing?

kylemacklam says:

Your drills have helped me so much Danny 🙏 thanks a million!!!

Kerry Atkins says:

I really appreciate your lessons. They have made great improvements to my game.

gtflyer says:

I did this drill last night at the driving range. I can say 100% this drill works wonders..if done correctly.

Wira Tjakra says:

Danny, yet another excellent instruction. The way you show what each stage is suppose to feel like is awesome. I’ve been told to swing from inside, but with the alignment rod on an angle it really shows me where things need to be. I’ve never seen the angled rod, usually it’s straight done or up the target line. Really appreciate the video instruction. Keep it coming please.

Bernd Dreilich says:

What about the grip? Bringing the hands in the forward position demands a stronger grip?! Otherwise the clubface will open to much.

Ian Hicken says:

Hi,,wow talk about instant improvement,worked wonders for me,,cheers Danny..🖖

mark steed says:

Fabulous lesson Danny thanks so much. Quite the best lesson I have seen (and have seen many) on the correct release. Points out perfectly how to get into that famed impact position: is going to help many a golfer and probably transform my game. All the best to you.

Dave Vernon says:

Thanks for the V drill. Never really thought about the left side of the V shaft angle. Really helps the feel of pulling the handle around the corner correctly.

Joe Napoli says:

Hi Danny – would the reasons I'm hitting the toe on my irons be the same or relative reason why I'm "drop-kicking" behind the ball, before actually making contact?

Hung Phan says:

Thanks Danny, great instruction.

Richard Sutton says:

Just finish play a round, using the tips from the release video. Happy to report I absolutely crushed the ball. Over the green on most of the front 9. Took less club on the back, shot one over. So there is no way I would try this drill. Unless you can mess both videos. Thanks again

Luton Busdriver says:

This looks like a great drill, never seen it explained as simple as this though. Ive always believed hands had to lead like you show us not to do. Can't wait to give this a go.

john smith says:

Danny do you mind me asking a bunker question – slightly off topic I know ! From watching several of you recent videos, irons require compression, whilst a Pitch shot does not – more of a pendulum action with the weight of the club falling towards the ball (put it in my simplistic way). In that case, what should a bunker shot out of the sand 'feel' like; is it the same action as the pitch and chip – which you can often do better with one hand gripping only? I have been told / read so many different things on the subject, I am utterly confused – but have made some progress since watching your instruction. Thank you

mick19421 says:

Thanks Danny, were all right here, 6 miles away 4inches of snow, roads dodgy, all the fields and course totally covered, don’t know if it will clear away by Tuesday, looking across to Exmoor even worse. Take care.

strato stratorunner says:

Thankiuu Mr Maude !

Ed Bruner says:

Regarding your iron V drill: it would help if you could explain or demonstrate how the two alignment sticks should be set up I.e. 90degrees? Or what also show in relationship to a target line. Perhaps use a third stick indicating the target line. I think this would help. Thanks again Danny love watching all your videos. Hope that snow melts soon for you.

William Parke says:

Another great vlog Danny mate ❤️

Bill Switzer says:

Brilliant video, as always. Was really nice, that you found that one patch of turf, to produce your video this week. Thanks!

Leonard Dzubow says:

Great tip and for me a difficult concept with the second portion of the V. I am frequently pulling the ball left when I attempt to add that rotation and get out of the "dead zone" as you mentioned on a prior impact video. Could you explain the technique needed to get the proper amount of rotation left while avoiding coming over the top? Thanks.

11golfnut11 says:

I like your comment that not all practice swings will be perfect and be patient. I think I give up sometimes because I am Looking for instant gratification.

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