Long Iron, Slow Swing
Remember, the longer the shaft of the iron, the slower the swing. Don’t rush your swing; smooth is better than fast.
With long iron clubs, most golfers have a tendency to hold on to the stroke - not letting the club release. So when you swing a long iron be certain to finish the swing.
Ball position is important also if you want the ball airborne. Play the ball just forward of center. Try this and see if you get better results.
But where are you going to put your results other than try to remember them? You need to get in the habit of keeping written notes of which club you used and how far you hit the ball.
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