All this year I've made a special effort to learn how to hit through the ball with a late hit on my irons. The results have been nothing short of spectacular for me. It is not uncommon for me to dial in some irons within 10 feet from 175 on in.
My fairway woods are even better, where I'm crushing it 250 yds on some par five approaches. I've learned to shift my weight forward coinciding with much steeper ball contact as opposed to the "old way" which was simply swing my arms fast and hitting at the ball.
Now the problem:
I can't hit my driver. I mean really. I played 15 holes last Sunday and didn't hit one fairway, Most, not even close.
I need someone to help me figure out what 2 or three things I must do differently as I swing the driver. I used to hit the driver fairly long (about 240-260) and now its all over the place. You name it, I do it, hooks, slices, chunks mishits truly horrid stuff.
If any of you low handicappers can tell me how you approach your drive differently from your iron play (including fairway woods) it would really be appreciated. This whole thing is really freaking me out. Prior to this year, I basically used the same swing with all my shots, so this move to learning how to hit irons correctly must have something to do with this.