Yeah the reason I posted what I did.
Quick note, tour players hit it high, I think most golfers would be surprised how high they actually do hit it. They tend to "flight" their short irons wedges but can easily launch their long irons. Like I said earlier, the amateur that hits it high tends to add loft dynamically, the shaft lines in with the lead arm before impact.
Odd that you posted the above.
Tonight at the range, I was working on key 3, actually trying to create a bowed wrist. I hit about 12-15 balls, and noticed when I hit with a bowed wrist, I hit more than a few a wee bit thin.
In the past, I did the bowed wrist a lot with my wedges, and depending on my ball position I could hit them high, or lower, and still retain roughly the same distance.
so tonight, I worked on key's 1 as always, and 2 and 3, was a decent session, not as good as Monday though.