Ok, we have talked about getting more distance off the tee and a LOT of you have gone through our driver fittings this year. Now it is time to dial in those irons. Are your shots consistent in terms of contact and ball flight? Do you have more than a 15 yard gap between some of your irons and wedges? Do you miss your irons left or right, or could the misses be either way? Inconsistent contact can be a length or weight (swing weight or club weight) issue. Large gaps (or small gaps) can be a loft issue. There is roughly 4 degrees of loft difference between each iron which should give you consistent distance gaps. If your misses are left or right of target, it could be a lie angle issue, club weight, or shaft issue. If you are seeing any of these symptoms in your iron play, you need to get to a good clubfitter and see what is going on. Why get frustrated with inconsistent shots, poor accuracy or big distance gaps. You deserve better from your clubs!
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