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Swinging golf irons can be an intimidating feat for anyone just beginning to learn the game.
Golfing beginners must follow core fundamentals concerning iron play, which have proven to produce winning results for many golfers.
Remember, PGA golfers like Rory McIlroy, Dustin Johnson, and John Rahm didn’t start driving long shots the first time they stepped onto a golf course.
Success with any golf swing begins with a strong, proper setup.
Your golf setup requires attention to bending at the waist rather than with the back, as this promotes are greater posture that will produce an effective golf swing.
Swinging with poor posture may result in missing the golf ball altogether, which would be horrific for any beginning golfer.
A good golf setup and one with flaws are easy to spot when golfers know what they’re looking for. A firm stance, flexible knees rolling on the balls and heels of our feet will produce such a setup.
Our backs will retain straightness, with our spines slightly tilted towards the ball. The tilt will help produce a great swing all the way through impacting the golf ball.
Most golfers overlook ball position when setting up their golf swing. The ball must be no farther forward than our left armpit and no farther back than our sternum.
How the club goes back during the beginning of the backswing has a strong influence over the route the rest of our swing will follow.
Keeping our back shoulder lower than the shoulder nearest to the target will ensure that weight shifts properly to our back foot during our backswing.
Lining up our swinging plane will ensure the correct takeaway while working out our irons swings.
Without the clubhead moving our wrists should break easily. Practicing this aspect of the golf swing will ensure more favorable results are produced through perfected repetition.
All of these efforts will culminate in a finish that promotes comfort and accomplishment. Just because you’ve connected with the ball does not mean your irons play has been perfected.
A correct golf swing finish ends with our body weight on our front foot and the club behind us. Our head, chest and belt buckle should all be facing the target of our shot during the finish.
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