13 World Class Tips From The World’s BEST Iron and Wedge Player

LUKE DONALD HAS SKYROCKETED TO THE TOP

of the golf world largely in part to his magical iron and wedge play.

Whether you’re looking for help with a plugged lie in a bunker, a high pitch shot that lands soft, or how to belly a wedge from the collar of the green, Luke has all the shots, and now you can too.

Luke Donald Tips: 112 Yard Approach:

In this golf lesson PGA Tour Player Luke Donald explains why it’s important to practice shots and distances you aren’t comfortable with. Watch and learn as he demonstrates proper setup and swing techniques for making approach shots when you’re between clubs.

Luke Donald Tips: Front Edge Pitch

In this golf lesson PGA Tour Player Luke Donald reveals his “go-to” club when he’s 10-15 yards from the green and facing a front pin location. Discover why it’s important to focus on specific parts of the green when hitting pitch shots.

Luke Donald Tips: Bunker Shot (good lie)

In this golf lesson PGA Tour Player Luke Donald teaches us that bunker play is all about proper technique and setup. Learn his sand trap secrets and how to hit the ball high and with spin for soft landing shots that won’t roll out.

Luke Donald Tips: Progression of Grip

In this golf lesson PGA Tour Player Luke Donald explains why he believes the grip is the most important of all the fundamentals. Watch as he teaches proper placement of the grip in the hand and learn how hinging the club can be a huge power source.

Luke Donald Tips: Short, Downhill Pitch Shot

In this golf lesson PGA Tour Player Luke Donald demonstrates how to “hit down” on short pitch shots around the green. See how he alters his backswing and shortens his follow-through for shots when the ball is sitting low in the rough.

Luke Donald Tips: Long Bunker Shot

In this golf lesson PGA Tour Player Luke Donald explains why you want to get the ball rolling quicker on long bunker shots for more roll-out. He also suggests using less lofted wedges for not as much spin.

Luke Donald Tips: Long Bunker Shot (different lies)

Master hitting out of the sand trap from a variety of lies. In this golf lesson PGA Tour Player Luke Donald discusses using different wedges for flat or inclined lies. Improve your short game by recognizing when the situation calls for shots that hit and release or high, soft landing shots.

Luke Donald Tips: Iron Shot into Left Side Pin

Lower your scores by adding shots to your repertoire. PGA Tour Player Luke Donald shows how to improve your iron play by demonstrating proper ball position and setup for shaping shots in the wind.

Luke Donald Tips: Long, Running Pitch Shot

PGA Tour Player Luke Donald advises against always using the same club around the green. In this golf lesson Donald urges us to get adventurous, and try a less lofted iron for long, running pitch shots.

Luke Donald Tips: Belly Wedge From Collar

In this golf video lesson, learn how to putt with your wedge. Unfortunately your ball may sometime come to rest against the collar of the green. PGA Tour Player Luke Donald shows us how using your wedge in this situation can help you save strokes by getting up and down.

Luke Donald Tips: 175 Yards Left to Right

On windy days, being able to shape shots into the green may help you keep shots close. In this golf video lesson PGA Tour Player Luke Donald demonstrates how to hit a cut shot and why it’s important to have this shot in your repertoire.

Luke Donald Tips: Bunker Shot, Plugged Lie

Save strokes by learning how to get out of a sand trap when you have a buried lie. In this golf video lesson PGA Tour Player Luke Donald demonstrates the “do’s and don’ts” of bunker play and stresses the importance of fitness to maintain a good golf swing.

Luke Donald Tips: Chip and Run (different grips)

In this golf video lesson PGA Tour Player Luke Donald explains how different Chip and Run situations can call for a change in your grip. Save strokes around the green by adapting the way in which you hold and swing the golf club.

Luke Donald’s “Swing DNA”

In this golf video demonstration PGA Tour Player Luke Donald is fit for the proper shaft for his swing type and tempo. See how important it is to swing the correct shaft for your swing and how it can affect your golf game.