How To Stop Skinnying Your Iron Shots

By April 12, 2017Blog, Golf

“Skinnying,” or “topping,” the ball is a mistake many amateur golfers make.

They only graze their shot, causing it to travel a very short distance.

As part of Golf University’s weekly “Tip from the Pro” I videoed David Milne the two time PGA Teacher of the Year and co-coach of the Indonesian Team at Joondalup Golf Resort, in Perth, Australia, where he teaches us:

  • How to check your ball position and make sure that it’s lined up effectively with your stance
  • Why it’s important to control your upper-body during the shot


  • The importance of finding your “low-point” during your swing

Which will ultimately…

  • Send the ball up into the air and improve the distance of your shots.

To watch the “Tip from the Pro” click the Play Button in the video below.

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Until next week

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Andrew “Mirror” McCombe

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