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Keep a flat left wrist to gain a consistent low point

Hitting down on the ball, with a divot that begins beyond the point of impact, is one of the fundamentals of good iron play. In today's video, Jim explains that keeping a flat or slightly bowed left (or non-dominant) wrist is critical to success.

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