Compress your irons with a tee

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Not only will your free tees and ball marker with this month’s copy of Today’s Golfer come in handy on the course, they can also help you play better golf!

We’ve compiled a series of exclusive video tips and drills using your free gifts to fix common faults and help you hit the ball longer and straighter, as well as sharpening your short game.

Consistent ball striking relies on the divot being taken after the club makes contact with the ball. Golfers that have a misunderstanding of this concept believe the ball represents the bottom of the swing and will consequently hit the ball fat or thin.

To improve your iron play, place a tee in the ground an inch behind the ball. By avoiding the tee as you strike the ball, you naturally create the correct angle of attack and take the ball first, then the divot.