[COMPRESS THE BALL] – Golf Drills For Solid Contact Iron Shots (BROOM DRILL?)

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28 thoughts on “[COMPRESS THE BALL] – Golf Drills For Solid Contact Iron Shots (BROOM DRILL?)

  1. Hi Adam. Totally get what you are saying. Am only just getting this into my game. Managed to get near a green with a 9 iron doing something similar, when my dad (longtime golfer) said I should be using a 7. Only started this year, your channel is the only golf one I watch, combined with reading “Practical Golf” by John Jacobs.

    1. John,
      In a sense (shaft roughly in line with lead arm at impact) yes, but due primarily to set-up changes the shaft would be about vertical at impact with the driver.
      I hope this helps.
      Best, Adam

  2. awesome Adam. I recently took up golf after a ~10 year hiatus. had to relearn the game (basic 101 of hitting the ball). watched a few of your videos which started helping right away. then signed up for 2 of your courses. long story short: I am enjoying golf again (trust me, it was a disaster before listening to your videos!). your instructions are very clear, and very helpful: thank you!

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