Learn a new shot
Iron shots from downhill lies needn’t fill you with dread.
By now, I’m sure you know that a slight downward attack is a key element of a crisp iron strike. But achieving that becomes a lot harder when your ball holds up on a downslope. As your lead foot drops below your trail foot, your attack angle must become accordingly steeper if you are to achieve that vital, compressing contact. It can be an awkward shot, especially with a wedge in your hands and a green perched up above you. But follow this process and you will find yourself able to make clean, solid contact… and hit that green.