I've been doing lots with my swing, and today found another thing to correct.
My ball flight has always been high, short and inconsistent. I had the ball between my left eye and shoulder earlier on the longer irons, but have lately moved it more to the middle.
I've never really thought about my ball flight, but known I've had problems with hitting down on the ball. Today I decided to overdo it to see what happened. I tried a few with the ball in the middle, but didn't get it right. Then I moved the ball all the way back to my right foot, there I found it.
I felt it instantly on the first shot I got right. The ball sort of popped out and went straight out, low angle and fell down further than before. I don't plan on playing with the ball that far back, but I had to exaggerate to get the right feeling. I then went on to hit a couple more, then some from the middle of my stance, really forcing myself to hit down on the ball.
Now I know there is something to fix, my question to you guys is how I should go about to do this. Do you have any tips on swing thoughts, hands, arms, shoulders, hips or even drills that I can use to stop hitting the ball on the way up and start getting those long irons and hybrids low and far?
I'm not completely sure what part of my swing is causing it, maybe my hands should be further ahead of the clubhead, arms coming down later.
It was a really weird sensation I'd say, the feeling of the first shot I knew I got right, after having played wrong for such a long time I must say it felt good.