How to hit a draw in a right to left wind
The sweetly struck iron shot is one of the most pleasing golfing experiences. Why should this be? Perhaps it is because iron play can be seen as golf in its purest form; unlike driving where the lie is flat and the ball is teed up, irons are played from a wide range of lies and the challenge combines making a good swing with making the necessary adjustments for the lie. Iron play is the part of the golf game that usually links the two other essential parts, namely "getting the ball in play" and "getting the ball in the hole" and golfers are often measured by their prowess in this facet of the game. e.g. "He's a great iron player" means, to many, that "He's a great golfer." Watch the videos in this section for guidance on iron play and you too can become a great iron player!
An illustration of how to get the bottom of the arc after the ball to improve the strike of iron-shots.
Andy & Piers from MeandMygolf show us how to improve the striking of your irons.
Adam Bazelgette explains the pitfalls of hitting irons and how to avoid these.
Peter Kostis explains the technique for hitting better iron shots.
Derek Hooper explains they keys you need to be a good ball striker.