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When using irons 2-7 how can you stay under the ball and get it into the air when you are always hitting the top?


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2007-12-18 16:10:49
2007-12-18 16:10:49

The club should be decending at impact with the ball. If you are topping the ball most likely you are hitting the ball on the up stroke. Not being rude but you would be doing yourself a great favor by taking a few lessons. If you topping it by using the irons you listed, that means that you lifting your head. Lifting your head is caused by making too big of a back swing (I can admit, that sometimes happens to me and I top it.) So the only way you will stop topping it is if you do a nice normal, not large back swing. But while you do this, make sure you drive you hips forward when coming through the ball. The ball will BLAST LIKE A ROCKET!

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