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PostPosted: Tue Jan 08, 2013 2:00 am  Post subject:  """How to start Hitting Long Irons Reply with quoteBottom of PageBack to top


"""How to start Hitting Long Irons

Hitting long irons is an essential skill in golf. Many expert and professional golfers have performed stunning long iron shots. Some beginners do not know that three or four irons tend to send the ball soaring low rather than high. Generally, golfers that have a handicap within thirteen to seventeen should not have those irons in their bags. Fairway woods are easy to use.
Hitting long irons requires careful consideration of the current context. For example, a two iron can conceivably cover anything between a hundred and eighty to two hundred yards. This makes it an excellent option as a second club in a par five hole.You may take Titleist 913 D2 Driverinto consider. A driving range can help a golfer get used to the distance the club can generate. A proper setup is also required. Drivers are used differently from long irons. The ball should be in the middle of the stance. This basically guarantees a well delivered strike. It will hit the ball low, which should send it towards the green. Placing the ball inside the left heel would lead to a lifting strike.
Using a two iron allows the golfer to keep the ball soaring low to keep it out of trouble. This is especially useful when trees are a factor. Their branches can potentially stop the ball midflight and ruin the shot.You may take Titleist 913 D3 Driverinto consider. Hitting the long iron is relatively straightforward once these tips are used. These tips should shore up the game of any golfer who wants to utilize iron clubs properly."""



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