Are you having problems consistently striking your fairway metals crisp and clean?
Maybe you are using the wrong approach. Unfortunately most amateur golfers who are unsuccessful with fairway metals use one of two approaches, they either try to strike the ball with a descending blow or lift the ball off the ground. It is actually very simple to become a better fairway metal player.
THINK SWEEP! First make several practice swings while focusing on lightly brushing the turf. You should hear a "swoosh" as the club head sweeps across the top of the turf. If you make heavy contact with the ground or do not make contact with the ground, continue practice swings until you can consistently brush the turf.
Once your practice swings become consistent it is time to add the ball. Start by positioning the ball so it is aligned within a few inches of the inside of your target side heel. Make one more practice swing, if it feels right step in and SWEEP the ball away.
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