Keep Your Hands Low
To get the perfect shot, you should keep your hands low. If you choose to move the ball back, for instance or use a stronger club, you will still be able to limit the height of your shots, but it is not as effective as just keeping your hands low.
Use Your Body for Power
Experienced golfers know that the power exerted when playing golf is from the upper part of the body, and not from your arms. To put to use the power of your upper body, you will need to place the club behind the ball.
Hinge for Power
Inexperienced golfers find it difficult to hit crisp iron shots because of two things. The first is, their take-off starts too low to the ground, which causes a delay in the right hinging of the wrists until it’s too late. The second being the improper effort to gather power. The arm will then swing too far in the backswing.
When you notice that your body is out of balance or not correctly set, you can guide your hands to get the clubface in position, by just flipping your wrists.
Fixing the Flip
Make an impact bag using an old duffle bag stuffed with towels, push your club head to fit into the bag and then place your body in a position for good impact. The lead arm and shaft will be in a vertical straight line with the head back. Ensure that your lead leg has been braced and that your hips are turned a little bit open.