Let legendary golf instructor Eddie Merrins show you how to make better contact.
Bob Atkins
Tuesday, April 15, 2008

Your golf swing is three-dimensional. It has height, width and depth. If you understand how each of the three dimensions works separately, you can properly blend them together.

1. Get a vertical hinge




2. Make a jab


3. Lead with your forearms


This article was adapted from the book Playing a Round with the Little Pro, by Eddie Merrins with Mike Purkey ($22, Atria Books). Visit eddiemerrins.com for more tips and drills.


More articles to help you make solid contact:
Create Solid Impact
Hit Clean Iron Shots
Stop Hitting Fat Iron Shots
More iron articles in the GOLF.com Lesson Finder

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