Jim Suttie: He would do well to try to get the club on a good inside track on the downswing.Fix your Pull/Hook
They may be too upright if you are pulling a lot of short irons. It doesn't curve, it just goes straight to the left. Of course, this makes their club cut across the ball through impact.
Most professionals pull the ball when they leave their weight too much on their back leg at impact. It's really not much fun to hit a great drive and then pull a 7-iron into the bunker on the left side of the green.
A pull is a shot that starts to the left of the target and continues to go that way. The impact conditions that cause a pull are a swing path that goes across the ball outside-in and a face angle that is aimed in the same direction as the path. Sam Snead, who I consider to have the most consistent and repeating swing ever, used to close up his stance aim to the right and then just play a gentle little pull on every shot.
This simply means coming down on an inside path, with the right elbow coming in close to your side. This makes their club turn over too quickly through impact, and the swing path moves across the ball.
All pullers of the ball are very upper-body dominant. For lessons and program information call 800-765-3838 or Jmsuttie aol. A very shoulder- and hand-dominated impact.
A little pull is not such a bad thing. Square up your shoulders so they are lined up parallel to the target line.
An incomplete shoulder turn will always make your shoulders turn too early on the downswing. A ball position that is too far forward in the stance.
Also, check the lie angles of your irons. Probably one of the most dreaded shots a professional can hit is the pull.