Hitting solid iron shots is very important to low golf scores. I am a proponent of the high greens in regulation percentage and this can only be accomplished by solid iron play. I am not a professional, therefore, many of my tips and advice are from an amateurs perspective. They work for me and so I like to share them. From time to time, I find a tip that I like to use and will share it with you. Here is one of those tips.
Golf Magazine Top 100 Teacher Kellie Stenzel, PGA, explains what it takes to hit a solid iron shot. I like that she is talking about her trail arm. This is an often forgotten topic and, like all other movements, is important to ensuring your irons make contact at the bottom of your swing at the same position.
Being able to repeat your swing and make contact at the same spot is a fundamental tenant of a great golf swing. I do practice tossing the ball as in the video, but aim for the same spot all the time. Then, I position my ball on that spot and swing away. This technique works for me, have you ever tried it?
I am a grateful golfer! See you on the links!