How to hit a draw with an iron

Every golfer I ever meet is always in awe when they are shown how to hit a draw with an iron, there is something about a draw that has the majority of golfers salivating because it’s a shot they would all love to have in their game – it is not as hard as you think to become a consistent drawer of the golf ball. How to hit a draw with an iron - Ball Forward in Address

In this article we have a found an online training course to show you a quick route on how to the draw the ball, it is not going to turn you into an overnight sensation when you can hit all golf shots with a draw – it is going to show you how to produce the draw shot when it is needed.

How to hit a draw with an iron

More about the online tutorial – at any time you can click on the banners or direct links to find out more about the online programme but in the meantime here is what it is all about:

4 Reasons Why You Slice The Golf Ball

If you often hit a slice there will be 4 reasons why you do this:

The first reason will be because you set up to slice the ball. Most probably you have a weak grip, you have the ball positioned too far forward in your stance and you are aimed to the left.

Poor setup would be the number 1 reason why golfers slice the ball!


How to hit a draw with an iron

Almost all golfers who suffer from a slice problem try to fix it by changing their swing. But what they don’t understand is that their swing is largely determined by how they set up. So they can try swing changes all they want, but without changing the setup they are just putting a band-aid on the problem.

And you know what happens to band-aids after a while…. they fall off!

The next biggest reason why golfers slice the ball is that they swing from out-to-in. This causes the ball to start to the left of the target.

Look, if you want to fix your slice then you have to force yourself to start the ball to the right of the target. There are simple ways that you can do this, as I teach in this system, but it really comes down to you biting the bullet and accepting some bad shots for a while until you can start the ball consistently to the right of the target.


The next big reason why golfers suffer from a slice problem is that they contact the ball with an open clubface.

The fact is… if you contact the ball with an open clubface and an out-to-in clubhead path, the only thing that can happen is the ball will start to the left of your target and then slice.

This naturally costs you a lot of distance and accuracy.

How to hit a draw with an iron

So to fix this you need to work on approaching the ball from the inside and then contacting the ball with a slightly closed clubface. It’s really not that tough….when you know how to do it.

The final reason why golfers suffer from a slice problem is that the equipment they’re using promotes a slice. And the main culprit of this is the club shaft. Most amateur golfers have a club shaft that is too stiff. It’s important that you get fitted with golf clubs, rather than buying clubs off the shelf.

Now the order that I recommend golfers work through in this system when fixing a slice is to start at the setup…then work on the swing. And the best way to work on the swing is not to try to get into positions, but rather to use drills. But you need specific drills in a certain order to fix your slice. Otherwise, you’ll find that you think you have fixed your slice, when in fact you haven’t.


How to hit a draw with an iron

But whether you get a proven system like this to fix your slice, or you go it alone….you must go through this process to fix it:

1. Setup to the ball to encourage a draw/hook.

2. Swing from the inside.

3. Contact the ball with a slightly closed clubface.

4. Have equipment that encourages a draw ball flight.

For a complete, proven step-by-step system to help you hit consistent draws in just 17 days go here CLICK HERE

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8 Responses

  1. All good buddy, great to hear that you are now hitting an M2 3 wood off of the deck, its all the same concept as using long irons – keep up the good work and thanks for the comments.

    Bogeys to Birdies

  2. Richard Simkin says:

    I have to say I was both amazed and confused today ??!!! I have never been able to hit a 3 wood of a tee let alone a tight lie of the deck especially as well as I did my heads still spinning do you think the m2 helped a bit?

  3. Bogeys to Birdies says:

    Hi there, thanks for your comments about the article how to hit a draw with an iron, I am sure your husband will really enjoy it as a Christmas present, any golfer can take advise especially if it is going to improve their golf game.


    Bogeys to Birdies

  4. Stella says:

    My husband spends a lot of time complaining about “slices.” And since they opened a new golf course near our home, I’d like for him to enjoy his golf game more.

    Something like this might make a great Christmas gift for a golfer. I’m going to give it a try, but I hope he doesn’t think I’m just being critical. Lol We’ll see how it goes.

    Thanks for all the detail and info!Stella 🙂

  5. Bogeys to Birdies says:

    Thanks for the comments about the article how to hit a draw with an iron, good luck with your golf game and improvement.


    Bogeys to Birdies

  6. Bibian says:

    Hi there

    I was never really into playing Golf or even handle any instrument meant for it
    I think you did an excellent job of explaining how to hit the ball. But i’m just imagining how possible is it…. Lol

    my case here is different, i need to learn how to get started and you had some great links for research, especially for the beginner.

    Nice Job dear!

  7. Bogeys to Birdies says:

    Hi John,

    So glad that you got some benefit out of the article how to hit a draw with an iron, let us know how you get on the next time you have a round of golf.


    Bogeys to Birdies

  8. John says:

    I just played some golf with a good friend of mine, he has been playing for a long time and i have not played for over a year now. It was crazy how bad i have gotten 🙁 so when i came home i wanted to find out why that is the case. Thank you for providing those great tips and suggestions. I will give my best to implement them next time !

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