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I'm currently having some troubles with my iron play.  Last year I bought some new shafts.  My previous shafts were for Ping S55 with CFS 1.5 extended.  The old shafts put way to much back spin on the ball.  Did I mention I'm 6'5"?  The new shafts were KBS 130 X.  I left them a half inch longer rather than 1.5.  I have a common miss where I'm hitting my irons off the toe and they feel like they're chunks.  The ball is barely going any where.  I don't have the money for a "proper" fitting, but I want to stop these nonsense shots.  I know there could be many different various reasons why this is happening, but would like some drills to help stop this.

 

Any help would be greatly appreciative.    

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This isn't a drill but I read recently that heel hits are often from clubs being too long or too upright a lie angle.  Toe hits can be from shafts being too short or too flat a lie angle.  Maybe the inch shorter club length is what is causing this.  

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As you mentioned there could be various reasons. Could be club length, could be steep downswing and so on.

The key thing is to fix the cause notvthe symptoms. Having a video would help to see what’s causing it

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