One of the secrets to hitting solid irons and woods is hitting through the ball, not to it. The ball is not your end point. In fact, the fastest part of your swing should occur after impact. I'm 5' 8" and weigh only 145 pounds, but I can hang with almost anyone because I've learned how to effectively accelerate.
\nHere is Wilson's video lesson, which also appears in the July issue of Golf Magazine.
\nHere's Dr. Gary Wiren explaining the concept of deceleration, and why you need to eliminate it from your game.
Here Wiren explains how to find the hidden acceleration in your swing.