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Golfers that struggle with iron play and more specifically, low point control, tend to release the club early and from the wrong pivot point. This creates a "bottom" that is directly before or at the ball, which can produce a host of contact issues. On the other hand, great iron players (who are more consistent) tend to release the club around a point that is closer to the left hip. In order to do this, you have to get the club out and in-front of the body with a more efficient release mechanic, such as "the wipe"; if you fail to score with your iron play, you may need to watch this breakdown to understand and train yourself out of an early release pattern.
Tags: Poor Contact, Cast, Iron, Impact, Follow Through, Release, Concept