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How To Lower Your Iron Flight

By: Golfshake Editor | Wed 28 Jul 2021 | Comments ()


Links golf can be tough especially with the accustomed variable weather conditions.  Being able to change the flight of your golf ball will provide a great option in your locker when faced with conditions that may warrant a lower flighted ball with your irons. 

Golfshake Equipment expert and PGA Pro Ryan Rastall talks through the simple set-up changes to adjust the ball flight compared to his normal set-up including; moving the ball position and adjusting your set-up and shaft position. These simple tips should hopefully help flatten the flight when hitting the ball into wind.

This video was filmed as a series of links tip on location at the fabulous Dundonald Links in Ayrshire, Scotland.  Find out more:


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