HOW TO STRIKE YOUR IRONS PURE – Beginner Golfers are going to love this SIMPLE GOLF TIP

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How do you strike your irons consistently. If you find yourself thinning, fatting, chunking or simply hitting the ground before the golf ball this golf lesson will help you hit the golf ball first and start compressing your irons.

Having an iron swing like Tiger Woods, Dustin Johnson, Brooks Koepka or Rory McIlroy may take a little time 😁 but it would be great to learn the feelings that could lead to better more compressed irons shots

Watch how I use a shoe box to help you feel how to get the correct impact position. This great impact drill reveals how golfers can naturally move their bodies to create ball first contact.

If you find that you strike the ground behind the ball or tend to feel a weak contact with your golf shots the easy swing drill will really help.

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Thanks for stopping by. I created this website as a resource just for you to support you on your golfing journey as I know how tricky learning this game can be…to say the least!

I personally found learning the game too long and difficult in the early days. I read all the books, watched all the videos but my game was not improving. Then after studying various forms of neuro science, motor learning, psychology and personal development in less than two years I went from struggling golfer to the final stage of the Open Championship.

On YouTube and my personal website ( I will bring you the most up to date training, training that is getting tangible results for my clients right now. I don’t know where you are in your golfing journey, you could be just starting out or maybe your body isn’t as flexible as it once was or you’ve got ambitions to slash your handicap. Wherever you are I’ve created a place here you can learn, share your ideas, ask questions and get all the support you need to enjoy this great game.

Be prepared though. If its a quick fix you are after Im not your man. Here I will give you step-by-step advice that you can take straight to the practice ground and apply to the course but it will require you to get stuck in, screw up…a lot, practice some more and then watch those scores tumble

I’ve had the pleasure of coaching thousands of students all around the world and if you are up for the challenge and are ready to get in the game…LETS GO TO WORK!



James Stewart says:

Danny, once again your simplest explanations and tips give us all hope. A wise sage once wrote… be thankful your wife plays,also be thankful she doesn’t. Yin and yang, balance is the key. Thank you for being, brother.

Douglas Tanzer says:


Spesh ! says:

Started playing golf 19 years ago when I was 46 had lots of lessons with pga coaches, but what you are taught in the lesson is hard to replicate on the range etc. This type of video is brilliant to keep going back to, I even take my iPad to the range to refresh my memory. Thank you for helping people like me stay in love with golf, you are a remarkable coach. Don’t ever stop doing what you do. 😎

Jan Pedersen says:

I'm about to give up golf. I've been playing for 3 1/2 years and I still hit the ground before the ball 9 out of 10 times. this applies to both woods and iron. I've seen countless clips here on youtube, but now I've run out of ideas. I obviously can't practice having my hands in front of the ball in impact. It makes my rounds so frustrating. Right now I'm on hcp 16 and I can't play that up. Had two good rounds in a row (happens once of 15 normally) and lost 8 extra strokes on it. Now I have 1 extra stroke on each hole on my home field.
I really can’t figure out how to make a perfect half-circle (backswing to impact) Just taking a huge mat of grass every single time 😞😩

William Laughery says:

Another awesome video by you. What a great simple set of drills. This will help myself & my 11 year old immensely.

Steve Brown says:

Really enjoyed this video. Consistently hitting the ball well with irons is a problem in my game. Hopefully this will sort my iron play out,

Gil Garcia says:

You talk too much non useful information. Get to the point moron!

Scratch Golf Academy says:

Hey Danny looks a little cold there mate. Come to Naples let's do a collaboration?

Craig Louie says:

Excellent lesson to sharpen swing mechanics…Danny…TY

Peter Molyneux says:

Great tip. I even have a shoe box! Thanks again.

William Moseley says:

Love your stuff Danny. So many teachers want to hold their expertise and only share it with paying students. We need to be more like you and Mike Malaska and share our knowledge. I'm getting prepared to do my own series of videos and share my knowledge of 27 years as a teaching pro. I'd love to pick your brain sometime to see how you're able to set up, execute and edit the videos you create. Hopefully soon you'll see something I share and it will help you as you've helped me. Keep them coming!!

Rb Bb says:

Brave man I reckon…

Ray Foley says:

Great videos thanks!

davidstevan1 says:

Hi Danny. I hear all you say about the initial take away and keeping the club face square to the swing arc. However one can only maintain that relationship for so far. At some point as right elbow starts to fold and the left arm rotates clockwise. It has to otherwise you could not get the club shaft above your shoulders. This rotation means the club face is open to the swing arc at the finish of the backswing. I’d be delighted if you could demonstrate otherwise. Given the speed of the downswing it’s difficult I think to feel how the left arm rotates anti clockwise to square the club face as it travels into and out of impact. Conscious attempts to do this (especially if one is trying to lag) lead to all manner of bad results as the dominant right/arm will often get involved because my brain thinks the face must be open. This is a long winded way to ask you how you work your left arm in the downswing either consciously or otherwise. Shame I live 400 miles from your club!

steve chan says:

Is that easy

Christina Lim says:

Great video! Will try this at the range. Thank you.

DaddyLove says:

G'day Danny! Have you got any tips on what length of irons / driver to use depending on your height? specially short people specifically 5'6 like me?

Kenneth Spychalla says:


I just tried this aid and I believe this has helped me with my slice and it has also promoted solid hits with the fairway woods. I am excited that I finally have a method that works for me. Thanks Danny

David Rush says:

Isn’t this somewhat like the free flowing swing (or Ledbetter’s A swing)where you feel your way (i guess )through the swing keeping shaft vertical on backswing.. Ive been doing lessons 1/week for a month now. Low 80’s some 70’s in my 20’s and 30’s. I was out 10 years with back and hand issues then piddled a few times a year.At 60-I’m a bit less flexible but still putting up 113 mph swing speed. Was a Hogan disciple so being able to swing like Gumby in my youth was a disadvantage-I just didn’t,t fit that mold.I suffered from the infamous Hogan hook.. Now it seems good to let the right elbow fly out some on backwsing as otherwise I cheat on backswing by bending left arm and then cannot predictably catch up-not to mention finish-like your friend with the iron problem. This method seems to fit better with your Catapault-Trebuchet model of swinging the driver. Would that be correct?

Katarina Nolin says:

Absolutely wonderful, Danny, your drills are so playful and simple. And I just love the fact that your wife is beginning to play 👏🏻. Go, Laura, go! 🏌🏼‍♀️🏌🏼‍♀️🏌🏼‍♀️

RustyNotesTV says:

Got yourself a new camera Danny?

Shana V says:

As if I needed an excuse to go buy a new pair of shoes….. Hooray for women golfers! Thanks Danny.

Larry Vawter says:

Is the box PGA approved ? LOL!!!!!!!!!! Very simple visual aid in squaring the club face .

David Rush says:

Excellent and simple visualization technique. So nice to have someone relate things without getting a protractor to measure your angles 🙂

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