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Swing a 5 Iron Golf Club Like a Pro

Mar 7, 2018 12:00:00 PM

The 5 iron golf club is one of the most versatile clubs in your golf bag. Capable of hitting long approach shots, bump and run pitch shots, par three tee shots and more, it is especially effective on long chips from close to the green. It pays to practice using it from a variety of distances.

 

The 5 iron is a club you’ll come to depend on throughout your game. It has an average loft angle of 28 – 3...

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Hitting the 4 Iron Golf Club

Mar 6, 2018 12:00:00 PM

“Hit down with your short irons and sweep your long irons.” It’s great advice; however, it’s easier said than done with a 4-iron golf club. In general, using a longer club creates the tendency of a harder swing. Nevertheless, longer irons give a much more sweeping motion than do other irons in your bag.

 

Considered one of the longer irons, the 4-iron golf club is largely used to hit the ball from b...

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Ask any golfer which club is the most difficult to hit and most likely every single one of them will tell you the long iron. However, nothing beats the precision of a beautifully-hit long iron golf club. Your 3-iron is one of the longer irons in your golf bag. As it leaves very little room for error, it is sometimes avoided by many players. However, when the 3-iron is hit just right, your ball wil...

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One of the most feared misses in the game of golf is the hook – when the ball starts out straight or to the right of the target (right-handed players) but then curves around to the far left. This dreaded left curve is usually caused by two things: club path through impact and face alignment at impact. For the ball to hook like this, it will be in a counter-clockwise spin direction.

 

To fix a hook, ...

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One major factor in achieving lower scores while playing golf is the ability to control the direction of your shots. Most amateur golfers have a tendency to slice the ball.

 

While slicing can happen with any club, it is usually more pronounced with the driver. A slice is caused by the club face cutting across the ball at impact. Swinging the driver from outside to inside across the ball imparts clo...

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Learning golf swing chipping tips will tremendously impact your game and lower your score. The short game of golf—when you need to chip the ball onto the green—happens when the ball lands just outside of the green and putting isn’t an option; you’ll have to use a chip stroke to get it over the fringe or rough and onto the green. The goal here is to hit the ball so it travels high enough to jump ov...

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"Drive for show, putt for dough" is a common refrain on the golf course. However, if your drive puts you in a bad situation, it is very difficult to score well regardless of your putting prowess. The practice tee is the place to develop control of your driver. If necessary, take a lesson from a pro. Too many people spend time on the practice tee trying for more distance. Direction beats distance e...

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Putting is a major factor in one's confidence on the course. Some days the cup looks like a peach basket and some days like a thimble. Practice drills before the first tee are very important. A few long lag putts to get a feel for the speed of the greens followed by several short putts that fall in the cup will create a confident starting point.

 

Just how important is your putting game? You can hit...

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In this edition of the Hurricane Golf Exclusive, Jason Hiland got a chance to speak with 29 year PGA Tour veteran Bob Estes. They covered a wide array of topics during the course of the interview, everyone at Hurricane Golf really appreciates him taking the time to talk to us. 

 

Jason Hiland: You have played the PGA Tour for 29 years straight.  You have made 445 cuts on the PGA Tour.  I don’t think...

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We've got yet another great interview for you in this edition of the Hurricane Golf Exclusive. This time, Hurricane Golf's Jason Hiland had the privilage of speaking with the 2018 European Ryder Cup Captain Thomas Bjorn. A 15 time winner on the European Tour and with 21 total professional wins, Thomas is an exceptionally decorated player and truly deserving of his Ryder Cup captaincy. We were deli...

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