HOW TO HIT IRONS BETTER SET UP BEHIND THE BALL FOR SOLID CONTACT
Golf swing LESSON that is natural and improve golf swing.
This is very much focussed on the M (matching the set up ) of the S.I.M.P.L.E process that you must use on each shot you hit. You can more about the importance of that here.
If you want to play better golf then you need to make striking good irons, consistent contact with your irons a priority goal.
That comes from swinging under control and hitting down on the ball instead of flailing away and trying to scoop it into the air–that’s the biggest fault in iron play.
Golfers who are able to hit their irons flush know they can shoot really good scores without needing to always bombing it off the tee. That’s where you need to be.
When you can get solid contact with your irons, the frequency you hit greens increases and even when you do miss the green, you will be pin high more often than not.
And being pin high is proven statistically to equate to better scores. This is because most green side trouble is in front bunkers, water etc.
So in this simple golf lesson with Alex Fortey you see a good way to get behind the ball to compress your irons easier.
Another benefit of getting behind the ball with this dynamic address position, this makes creating a wind up and backswing a lot easier.
It also helps you predict your low point to strike the ball.