7-Iron Golf Swing

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The 7-iron golf club is a middle iron and is generally used from between 140 to 170 yards. Learn how to take a full golf swing with a 7-iron from a professional golf instructor in this free golf instruction video.

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Video Transcript

OK, now we're going to be using the seven iron, which is, this one is thirty six degree loft, which means you can see that it's angles pretty substantially still. So this club as we go down, the clubs are going to be hitting the ball further and further. So, a seven iron is going to hit the ball further than an eight iron, further than a nine iron. So this club, for most good recreational players they're hitting it from a hundred and forty to about one hundred and seventy. And the big variation is some players are stronger, some are taller, some have better swings, and so on and so forth. But this club is very useful once again, so if you're not a four hundred yard power for and you've hit a two hundred fifty yard drive, you've got a seven iron for most players into the green. So this shot is the shot that really can make or break the hole. So if this shot is accurate, you have a good chance of making a putt in one or two putts. And getting a power, maybe a birdie, or at worst a bogey. So, what you want to do is you have your target out there, and you draw a line from the target, and you put the club face perpendicular to that line to the target. Now that's assuming that we don't have much wind or anything. So, on a nice day like we have here today, so you just line up so the club faces perpendicular to the line of flight and just relax. And I think that could be a birdie.


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