Why You Play Your Short Irons GREAT but Your Longer Clubs TERRIBLE! ????

Want to know how to hit long irons and woods in golf just like you do your short irons? James did too, so in this GRF Golf Coaching session, we'll show you exactly how to get more distance with long irons, fairway woods and the driver in your golf game. After all, this is a very common problem among us golfers that needs addressing!

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Marcus Bell is a registered exercise professional and sports bio-mechanist but any exercises recommended or suggested in this video are performed purely at the individual's own risk.

12 thoughts on “Why You Play Your Short Irons GREAT but Your Longer Clubs TERRIBLE! ????

  1. I don't know how you do it, but you always seem to give me exactly what I need, when I need it. I was struggling a bit to get a later release and a path far enough right with my driver. As I worked through these exercises, I now see that I was releasing as I extended, instead of extending first, and then releasing. It's like: load, unload, …release! I had to rehearse getting my lower body to flex and then extend, followed by an exaggerated pause, before I released the club. It took a minute to get it right, but I absolutely got what I was looking for. More clubhead speed and a higher launching draw with the driver. Not to mention that this efficient sequence is less taxing, physically. Great stuff GRF!

  2. Thanks Marcus and GRF for this one! It was super nice getting to see the Flight Scope metrics as you worked through this one. Fantastic! More, please!

  3. I suffer from bad knees after full knee replacements, so mobility can be erratic from day to day. I'd love to see a video that includes this as I can't function like these videos fully require.

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