The medium-pitch shot flies high but releases somewhat once the ball hits the green with Titleist AP2 712 Irons. They're the shots you hit most often from within the Scoring Zone, especially if you have water, a bunker or other obstructions between you and the green. Depending on the distance, these shots are played with your wedges, the gap, sand or lob. As with the low pitch, start by taking a slightly open stance, and play the ball toward the middle of your stance for Mizuno JPX 800 irons.
Allow the loft of the club to get the ball into the air; don't try to help it up, hit down and through taking a divot on these shots. (Practice these shots on the driving range to dial in your distance control with each wedge.)Most amateur golfers with Brand Golf Club Sets build their golf sets the traditional way. Driver, 3 woods, 4 or 5 woods, iron sets 3 to PW, a couple of sand wedges and a putter. The first step to lower scores is to start thinking in an untraditional way.
Start by removing all the clubs from your set that you have a difficult time hitting on a consistent basis. For many golfers, it's the fairway woods and long irons. Instead of carrying three fairway woods, just keep the one you hit best in the bag with Mizuno MP 59 irons. A good alternative to fairway woods and long irons are hybrids. The shorter shaft length along with a more compact head helps most golfers hit these clubs much better than the harder-to-hit fairway woods and long irons. The end results are solid shots that give golfers increased confidence, which leads to better swings.